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mkosi: Silence locale checking in mkosi.build

Avoid warning and error logs from locale charmap and export LC_CTYPE
by piping to dev/null and checking if locales are available before
using them.
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Daan De Meyer 2 years ago
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      mkosi.build

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mkosi.build

@ -21,21 +21,21 @@ umask 022
# So let's ensure we're running under UTF-8.
#
# If our current locale already is UTF-8, then we don't need to do anything:
if [ "$(locale charmap)" != "UTF-8" ] ; then
if [ "$(locale charmap 2> /dev/null)" != "UTF-8" ] ; then
# Try using C.UTF-8 locale, if available. This locale is not shipped
# by upstream glibc, so it's not available in all distros.
# (In particular, it's not available in Arch Linux.)
export LC_CTYPE=C.UTF-8
if [ "$(locale charmap)" != "UTF-8" ] ; then
# Finally, try something like en_US.UTF-8, which should be
# available in Arch Linux, but is not present in Debian's
# minimal image in our mkosi config.
if locale -a | grep -q -E "C.UTF-8|C.utf8"; then
export LC_CTYPE=C.UTF-8
# Finally, try something like en_US.UTF-8, which should be
# available in Arch Linux, but is not present in Debian's
# minimal image in our mkosi config.
elif locale -a | grep -q en_US.utf8; then
export LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8
if [ "$(locale charmap)" != "UTF-8" ] ; then
# If nothing works, fail early.
echo "*** Could not find a valid locale that supports UTF-8. ***" >&2
exit 1
fi
else
# If nothing works, fail early.
echo "*** Could not find a valid locale that supports UTF-8. ***" >&2
exit 1
fi
fi

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