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Fri Nov 28 14:41:00 CET 2014
Беляев Игорь <belyaevigorek at yandex.ru> writes:
> I can't install localization for Virt-manager (virt-manager launched on python2.7 (Windows XP)).
virt-manager is a GUI for KVM, Xen, LXC virtual machines. It is a Linux
> How do I correctly install location?
Do you mean *locale*?
> How can I change the value of the environment variable LANG?
On Windows, you could use *setx* command to set an environment variable.
LANG envvar defines a default value for LC_* envvars on POSIX systems 
that define application's locale (after setlocale() call) e.g., in bash:
$ LANG=en_US.UTF-8 some-program
I don't know whether LANG has any meaning on Windows.
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