Same issue as in https://github.com/linuxmint/live-installer/issues/80 (that issue was with Linux Mint Debian Edition).
This issue prevents "pip" from running.I wrote: I selected an English (US) locale and the default 105-key keyboard. I don't remember doing anything out of the ordinary in the installer. This machine is dual-boot with an older Linux distro, no Windows.
Now environment variable LC_ALL is unset, which causes error messages in several programs, such as:
LANG is set to en_US
- The nemo-compare extension fails
- The "man" program says can't set the locale; make sure $LC_* and $LANG are correct
Per viewtopic.php?f=46&t=233956&p=1242073#p1242073 I opened the Languages control panel on Serena.
The buttons for "Language" and "Region" both say en_US. Under "System locale" (next to the button for "Apply System-Wide") it says:
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Language: English, United States Region: No locale defined
Attempts to help will be appreciated.
Edit: Changed the title. Per comments below, the problem isn't that LC_ALL is unset, but that LANG is set to "en_US" instead of "en_US.UTF-8".