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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Planning for Installation and Upgrade
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Locale Values

As a part of your installation, you can preconfigure the locale that you want the system to use. A locale determines how online information is displayed in a specific language and specific region. A language might also include more than one locale to accommodate regional differences, such as differences in the format of date and time, numeric and monetary conventions, and spelling.

You can preconfigure the system locale in a custom JumpStart profile or in the sysidcfg file.

Task

For More Information

Setting the locale in a profile

Creating a Profile in Solaris Express Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations

Setting the locale in the sysidcfg file

Preconfiguring With the sysidcfg File in Solaris Express Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations

List of locale values

International Language Environments Guide

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