I have the following setup: linux 1.2.13 kernel, slackware 3.0
with ELF ... Setup one year ago, with a move to ELF in April.
For a while now, I've been getting the following problem when I attempt to
run emacs (emacs-19.29-with-X11):
Warning: locale not supported by C library, locale unchanged
Warning: locale not supported by Xlib, locale set to C
Warning: X locale modifiers not supported, using default
X protocol error: BadAtom on protocol request 18
... and it dies.
The library version I use in /usr/X11/lib is libX11.so.6.0.
Coincidentially, netscape3.01 also dies, saying:
"locale 'C' not supported"
and then telling me I need a correct $NLSPATH and nls dir.
*YET*, I do have such a directory, /usr/X386/lib/X11/nls,
which contains a file "C" and a file nls.dir.
I put this dricetory there for netscape2.0, which by the way DOES work,
with no complpaints (from either side :-) ).
Other than emacs and netscape3.0, I've had no such similar problem.
Are they related? Is there a library incompatibility issue?
libX11? or libc? - my libraries are date Dec 1995 or older;
e.g. I have libc.so.5.2.18, from Dec 13 1995.
PS. Gratuitous added question ...
I have a HP Deskjet. I've hobbled together a manual process for printing
PostScript on it. Where can I find a lpr filter program to do this
automatically? If the answer is "RTFM", please point me in the right
direction. I've been looking and I can't seem to find that info.