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Sat Oct 9 00:33:20 BST 2004
Does linux support a wmv server?
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James Richard Tyrer wrote:
> Brian S. Stephan wrote:
>> Hi. Prodded along by the discussion on UTF-8 elsewhere on this list I
>> decided to try changing my locale (in Linux) to something UTF-8 based.
>> Upon doing so, I have noticed some strange problems with KDE's behavior.
>> First let me say that as far as I know, UTF-8 is working correctly. I
>> in my /etc/env.d/ directory and updated /etc/profile.env then logged
>> out and back in. echo $LANG in bash shows the correct setting, and
>> bash can correctly read filenames with accented characters and even
>> Japanese kanji. That's not the problem though.
>> Just about everything KDE-based seems to start slower, even when only
>> displaying "standard" English characters.
>> KSensors is the worst example (when I click the system tray icon to
>> draw my sensor panel, it is a white window for about half a second
>> before anything useful is drawn), but it's not KDE proper so I'll move
>> on to other examples, such as KWrite. When I start KWrite, at first
>> only the window title bar and window outline is drawn, with a gray
>> area where the menu and toolbars go and the text input area is empty.
>> Then after about half a second, everything is finished being drawn as
>> usual. If I open two files (first to populate the existing window,
>> second to open a new one) the second window is as quick to draw as
>> always, so it's just program init. And all this on an Athlon XP 2500+,
>> I'd hate to see the lag on my other, slower boxes.
>> The problem is this doesn't happen when I don't have $LANG set.
>> Every real KDE app seems to behave this way. The first time Kopete is
>> drawn, same deal. Every other time I hide to system tray and restore
>> it, it's snappy. I used lsof to see what resources were in use and
>> found that every app is loading /usr/lib/locale/locale-archive while
>> when I don't have $LANG set only some apps load that. I don't know if
>> this is expected or not.
>> My problem may seem trivial but it's a distraction and a certain
>> performance degradation. Please help.
> It is possible that something is timing out looking for some LC_* setting.
> Do you have: LC_ALL set? And do you have any of the other: LC_* set?
> env | grep LC_
> You should (unless you need to configure the locale stuff individually)
> set LC_ALL to <local>.utf8 (the same as you have set LANG). You can set
> LANG to the same or set it to "C" (to default to the language for the
>> P.S. What is ~/.kde/share/locale/ for? I have it but it is empty.
> That is probably for KDE -- my directory is also empty. Perhaps you
> have to have installed a KDE i18n package for this to be used for anything.
> The LANG and LC_* settings are for the OS.
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