Wrong system language is shown/used
Steps to reproduce
Fresh Archlinux install, installed
gnome-extra packages, enabled gdm.
gnome-shell: 3.26.2 (package
LANG=en_GB.UTF-8 LC_ALL=en_GB.UTF-8 LANGUAGE=en:fr:ja
(man says LC_ALL may not be configured in this file, but that's not the important bit here, or not entirely)
User keymap set to (french) Canadian Multilingual.
$ echo $LANG en_US.UTF-8 $ echo $LC_ALL en_GB.UTF-8 $ echo $LANGUAGE en:fr:ja
GNOME talks to me in French.
In Region & Language in the control center, gnome shows
Langue Anglais (États-Unis),
What I expect
I want GNOME to talk to me in "en", I don't care which.
I don't know where the shell picked French in the first place (keymap?), nor US ($LANGUAGE? default language?), but that's en so fine by me. I did not set any language via the control center, yet, waiting to file this issue first.