Lucid to Precise: language-selector changed my desktop 's default language to Turkish and Latvian
After upgrading my LTSP host from Lucid to Precise, my desktop no longer was in Finnish. Instead, a combination of Latvian and Turkish affected my usability. Looking into my user files, I noticed that something had forced the corresponding locales as libc environments e.g. LANG, LC_MESSAGE, etc. into my .profile.
Removing these by hands did not resolve the situation.
Instead, I needed to go to language-selector to install Latvian and Turkish packages, log out of my GNOME session, log in again and then make language-selector purge these localisations.
This mostly worked, except that 'env' still reports that GDM_LANG=tr, and I haven't found where to fix this.
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 12.04
Uname: Linux 3.2.0-12-
Date: Wed Feb 1 15:00:03 2012
UpgradeStatus: Upgraded to precise on 2010-05-01 (641 days ago)