Warning: X does not support locale en_US.UTF-8
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Michal on 9 Mar 2023
Commented: Russell Sun on 1 Jun 2023 at 18:14
After application of R2022b_upd5 on linux mint (21.1 Cinammon) I always get the following warning at the startup: Warning: X does not support locale en_US.UTF-8 But the MATLAB has proper "locale" feature:
struct with fields:
status: 'MathWorks locale management system initialized.'
Any idea what is wrong after update5?
Michal on 13 Mar 2023
Edited: Michal on 16 Mar 2023
More Answers (3)
Jestzer on 10 Mar 2023
Edited: Jestzer on 19 Apr 2023
This seems to be an issue for R2022b Update 5 and R2023a on any Linux distro. My installs on Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, and Arch have all done the same thing after going to Update 5. I have not found a workaround yet and will update this post when I do.
EDIT: The only reasonable workaround I've found is launching MATLAB with matlab -r clc
Rik on 9 Mar 2023
Isn't X the window management system? That would suggest this is not necessarily related to Matlab itself.
This thread is for Ubuntu, but you can give the commands a try anyway.
Or you could try 1 Google result below, which is a decade old, but is specific to Mint.
Bryan Paton on 10 Mar 2023
Sorry I should add my specific message (differnet locale to OP) is:
Warning: X does not support locale en_AU.UTF-8
Willi Mutschler on 10 Mar 2023
Edited: Willi Mutschler on 10 Mar 2023
Same here on Pop!_OS 20.04.
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