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Centos warning: setlocale: LC_CTYPE: cannot change locale (UTF-8): No such file or directory
vi /etc/environment
add these lines...
LANG=en_US.utf-8
LC_ALL=en_US.utf-8
@mercutiodesign
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Still relevant int 2019. Thanks

@spalacios-oro
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Thanks!!!

@avishayp
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avishayp commented Feb 2, 2020

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at-tantv commented Mar 1, 2020

Thanks perfect

@koienergyspa
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Gracias!

@Karthick-DevOps
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Hello All,
Am facing same error . But what is the significance of this error.

Appreciate the help.

@yujintang
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Hello All,
Am facing same error . But what is the significance of this error.

Appreciate the help.

Install tzdata first

@littlewine
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What's the alternative if we cannot write (no admin permissions) on /etc/environment ?

@sgupta
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sgupta commented Nov 24, 2020

Thanks. small but helpful

@harry-sallinggroup
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ty

@rajaseelan
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2021, and still working :)

@ybrdev
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ybrdev commented Feb 3, 2021

Thank you!

@yassinelachgar
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Thank you

by Rabii

@worp1900
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Cheers m8, works like a charm!

@javad87
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javad87 commented Nov 9, 2022

2022 and still works on Centos 7 :-) consider to restart terminal so that new locale set takes effect

@YevheniiPokhvalii
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Sometimes it can only be solved by installing glibc-langpack-en package.

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