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Hello expert,

I get the following warning when running Nedit 5.4 under KDE Redhat 9
"UTF8 locale not supported."

Nedit runs correctly but I would like to know how get rid of the warning.

Thanks in advance.
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It works but I would like to know where should I add the "export LANG=en_US"?
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you can put it in your bash profile or bashrc

~/.bash_profile ~/.bashrc
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