I don;t understand how it's related with postgresql installation. I never
had this problem before.
My locale is set:
debian:~# locale -a
iuri de araujo sampaio <iuri ( dot ) sampaio ( at ) gmail ( dot ) com>
> No, IÂ´m not sure.
> Assuming iÂ´ve got a locale problem, how do i get rid of it?
> re-installing postgres??
> I already tried that a couple of times and it didnÂ´t succeed
> is it an option to re-install my OS (debian etch)?
> or just apt-get the respective locale support?
You need to be sure that LANG is set to something valid (ie, something
listed by "locale -a") when you initdb.
regards, tom lane
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