add extra locale

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add extra locale

Either one of those methods should work:
Code:
FROM postgres:X.Y
RUN sed -i 's/^# *\(en_US.UTF-8\|de_DE.UTF-8\)/\1/' /etc/locale.gen && \
        locale-gen
ENV LANG de_DE.utf8

or:

Code:
FROM postgres:X.Y
RUN localedef -i de_DE -c -f UTF-8 -A /usr/share/locale/locale.alias de_DE.UTF-8
ENV LANG de_DE.utf8

I use the first method till ages...

Don't ask me why the ENV LANG needs to be set to de_DE.utf8. Even though de_DE.UTF-8 would make more sense, it never worked for me.

Postgres is just used as an example. Pick whatever base image you want to use.
 

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