Create custom locale
Locales are defined in text files located in
/usr/share/i18n/locales/ and can be edited to adapt to particular needs.
After editing a locale file, do not forget to re-generate the locales for the changes to take effect after reboot.
Setting the first day of the week
In many countries the first day of the week is Monday. To adjust this, change or add the following lines:
LC_TIME [...] week 7;19971130;5 first_weekday 2 first_workday 2
Regarding , the section was on its own because locale.conf doesn't support it (locale.conf(5)). If we want to keep LC_ALL there I think we should adapt the Locale#Supported variables heading or at least its few intro words. — Kynikos (talk) 01:56, 25 February 2016 (UTC)
Login manager missing
This article does not cover the login manager. I have my system in *German*, but my login manager is still using the *English* keyboard layout, and I don't know how to change it. Locale does not cover it, and I couldn't find anything in Display manager neither - albeit there is a comment that it is missing and *should* be linked here.
So How do I change the locale in the display manager?