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Question about Install doc's

From: Jim Ridenour <jridenou(at)ee(dot)net>
To: pgsql-docs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Question about Install doc's
Date: 1999-06-08 10:46:39
Message-ID: 3.0.32.19990608064626.006cd3c0@ee.net (view raw or flat)
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<bigger>  In the Install file that comes with version 6.4.2, step number
18 says the following:


            b. Several regression tests could failed if the 

              user's locale collation scheme is different 

              from that of standard C locale. 

              If you configure and compile Postgres with 

              the --enable-locale option then set locale 

              environment to C (or unset all LC_* 

              variables) by putting these additional lines 

              to your login environment before starting 

              postmaster: 

              LC_COLLATE=C

              LC_CTYPE=C

              LC_COLLATE=C

              export LC_COLLATE LC_CTYPE LC_COLLATE

</bigger>


   Why does it say to set LC_COLLATE twice?  Does anyone know if the
second LC_COLLATE=C should be something else or does it really mean to
set only two variables?  




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