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  • ESET Insiders

Hello,

 

From manual:

 

Example of an installation script
(Ne w l i n e s a re s pl i t by "\" for copyi n g th e wh ol e comma n d to Te rmi n a l )
sudo . /Server-Linux-x86_64 . sh \
--skip-license \
--db-driver=MySQL \
--db-hostname=12 7 . 0. 0. 1 \
--db-port=3306 \
--db-admin-username=root \
--db-admin-password=Admin12 3 \
--server-root-password=Admin12 3 \
--db-user-username=root \
--db-user-password=Admin12 3 \
--cert-hostname=" 10. 1. 17 9. 4 6; Ubuntu64 -bb; Ubuntu64 -bb. BB. LOCAL"

 

Also you can

--locale The locale identifier (LCID) of installed server (default value is
en_US). See supported languages for possible options.
Note: You can set a language for each ERA Web Console session.

 

Please provide example about line --locale

How to change language to ru-RU?

Line

--locale=ru-RU

or

--locale=ru_RU

Is it true?


 

 

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This works only on first install, name of objects in database will be set accordingly to locale setting.

 

Correct usage:

--locale=xx_YY

 

Here is the list:

sk_SK
ar_EG
zh_CN
zh_TW
de_DE
en_US
es_CL
es_ES
fr_FR
fr_CA
hr_HR
it_IT
ja_JP
ko_KR
pl_PL
pt_BR
ru_RU
cs_CZ
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