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RE: Key Error: language en_US not found



Hello, 
	This is not regard to your question.. 
	I would like to do some changes in anaconda installer.. 
	Need to remove or hide some native IDE device nodes... 
	I think as you are done some experiment on it you can give me a
better help..
	Can you please advice me how I can proceed on it.. 
	Some documentation or websites related with this will be really
helpful 
Thanks In Advance 
Manoj

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Martin Hicks [SMTP:martinh oeone com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, July 18, 2001 11:05 AM
> To:	kickstart-list redhat com
> Subject:	Key Error: language en_US not found
> 
> 
> Hello,
> 
> (If this is the wrong list for this type of question please point me in
> the right direction)
> 
> I'm doing some combination of kickstart and hacks to anaconda to make the
> installer do what 
> I want.  I have made a few changes to anaconda (mostly in the area of
> partitioning).
> Now I've rebuild anaconda, and rebuild the redhat installer
> (genhdlist...buildinstall...) 
> with the new version of anaconda.  Now it reads the kickstart file, does
> the %pre section 
> then dies with the error:
> 
> KeyError: language en_US not found.  ("/usr/lib/anaconda/todo.py", line
> 396, in 
> getLangNameByNick)
> 
> Does anyone know why en_US would all of a sudden not be found.  I have
> really not touched 
> todo.py at all, and have not touched anything to do with locales or
> languages.  
> 
> If I use the stock anaconda, everything works.  If I use the stock
> anaconda, but rebuilt by 
> me it doesn't work.
> 
> TIA
> mh
> 
> -- 
> Martin Hicks <martinh oeone com>  |  OEone Corporation
> Software Developer	          |  Hull, Quebec, Canada





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