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24 September 2016

     16:11  Locale‎ (diff | hist) . . (+135). . Marcvangend (Talk | contribs) (My system is still using wrong language: note that desktop environment settings may override locale.conf settings)

23 September 2016

     14:10  Zsh‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (0). . [Nl6720‎ (2×)]
     14:10 (cur | prev) . . (0). . Nl6720 (Talk | contribs) (Sample .zshrc files: consistency)
 m   14:08 (cur | prev) . . (0). . Nl6720 (Talk | contribs) (Sample .zshrc files: lowercase)

22 September 2016

     17:38  Arch User Repository‎ (diff | hist) . . (+150). . Simon04 (Talk | contribs) (FAQ: +How can I obtain a list of all AUR packages)

21 September 2016

 m   16:24  Locale‎ (diff | hist) . . (+4). . Rdeckard (Talk | contribs) (Setting the system locale: pseudovariable in this example)

18 September 2016

     12:08  Environment variables‎‎ (4 changes | history) . . (+287). . [Terdon‎; Alad‎; Lahwaacz‎ (2×)]
     12:08 (cur | prev) . . (-12). . Alad (Talk | contribs) ("special terminal-specific")
     10:50 (cur | prev) . . (+21). . Lahwaacz (Talk | contribs) (Examples: $TERM must correspond to the running terminal, otherwise this wouldn't work)
     10:43 (cur | prev) . . (+107). . Lahwaacz (Talk | contribs) (Examples: fix description of $SHELL, add reference from previous edit)
     10:14 (cur | prev) . . (+171). . Terdon (Talk | contribs) (Examples: SHELL has absolutely nothing to do with what shell is currently running and TERM, again, has no connection to the running terminal. See the POSIX specs at http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/basedefs/V1_chap08.html#tag_08)