Description of problem:
Currently all applications which are launched inside of a sandbox have an english locale. This could be irritating to endusers which have to use sandboxed applications for security reasons.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. launch i.e. sandbox -X epdfview
sandboxed ePDFview has an english userinterface
sandboxed ePDFview's userinterface locale should be same as the unsanboxed one
Which environment variables should be inherited to make this work properly?
[heiko@Ostfriesland ~]$ locale
IMO LANG should do the job
Ok one option I could do would be to copy /etc/skel/.bashrc into the new sandbox directory. Which I believe would get the system default. Maybe copy all of the files in this directory.
Another option would be to just take the $LANG and setup a local .bashrc within the sandbox with this line
What do you think?
Hmm .. at the moment I'd thinkt that the second option would be enough. IMO the first option would produce a lot of unnecessary overhead until you start a sandboxed bash.
Since this version of Fedora is no longer supported I am closing this bugs. If you are still seeing this bug in a current version of fedora, please reopen the bugzilla with the appropriate version number.