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I, too, receive the same message as OP when booting up my newly installed Mint Debian Xfce 4.8 201204.
"Language en_US does not exist: Using system default"
The contents of my /etc/default/locale:
Does any one know how I can fix this? It's annoying.
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and moved here, as your problem is about LMDE while the other was about the Main Edition.
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