In IT, localization refers to the settings/configurations that are altered to make a product (usually software) appropriate for different locales. Language, timezones and the formatting of things like currency or dates are common examples of such settings.

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Multiple websites within IIS running with different time zone settings

Is there a way to have multiple websites running within IIS that have different time zone information? For example: The local Windows Server is running in CST. I would like one website (application) ...
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For setting locale in Ubuntu, what does the LANGUAGE environment variable mean?

For setting locale in Ubuntu, what does the LANGUAGE environment variable mean? It is not defined in Ubuntu Community Docs or on man 1 locale. Related question: In Ubuntu, what is the difference ...
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How to install/change locale on Debian?

I've written a web application for which the user interface is in Dutch. I use the system's date and time routines to format date strings in the application. However, the date strings that the system ...
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CentOS 6 and locale error

I just installed CentOS 6 and whenever I login to the system via SSH remotely, I get the following error: -bash: warning: setlocale: LC_CTYPE: cannot change locale (UTF-8) When I type "locale" on ...
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How to change my commandline locale after CentOS decided to change it?

So apparently, CentOS decided I was Dutch, and thus, should not have a English locale. Apart from the fact that this greatly bothers me, I am having a pretty hard time actually changing it back. ...
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Linux locale: en_US.UTF-8 vs en_US

I usually config my ubuntu via sudo locale-gen --purge en_US.UTF-8 And I've the installed locales # locale -a C C.UTF-8 en_US.utf8 POSIX Is it okay since I am missing en_US?
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SSH locale wrong

I have a debian server with locales set to hu_HU.UTF-8, and if i log in trough console it works perfectly in hungarian. It also worked with ssh logins until i disabled PAM in the sshd config. Since ...
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Debian Squeeze locale settings

I have a problem with a slightly customised Debian image that I'm trying to do some headless work on. The problem is that the installed locales list has been reduced to this: C en_GB en_GB.iso88591 ...
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Windows 7 Shortdate Format Ignored

I am moving a copy of an ASP.net web application running on a windows server 2003 box to a Windows 7 Laptop. On the win server 2003 box the locale was set to United States and shortdate format was ...
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in Ubuntu, what is the difference between en_US:utf8 and en_US: when setting LANGUAGE [duplicate]

related question: for setting locale in ubuntu what does the LANGUAGE environment variable mean for setting locale my existing Ubuntu 12.04 server has LANGUAGE as en_US: And I can set it to ...
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Additional display languages on Windows Server 2008 R2: Error while installing

I am running a Windows Server 2008 R2. I would like to install italian as another display language, so I downloaded the Multilingual User Interface iso file with a lot of locale packages included. ...