Bug#333146: gconf2: User locale in log entries
joss at debian.org
Thu Nov 10 21:21:36 UTC 2005
block 333146 by 188433
Le lundi 10 octobre 2005 à 13:14 -0400, Boris Veytsman a écrit :
> Package: gconf2
> Version: 2.8.1-6
> Severity: normal
> Tags: l10n
> gconf2 writes log entries in the system log. This is done in the local
> of the user (i.e. locale in effect when gconf was invoked).
> This is wrong because on multi-user machine different users might have
> different locales, and the administrator might not understand the log
> entries if she does not know the users's language.
> The systemwide logs should be done in system local or C locale.
The plan is to stop spamming the syslog at all, as explained in
bug#188433. This will solve this problem as well.
.''`. Josselin Mouette /\./\
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