Re: Spelling error in location list during installation
Which language are you using?
The standard package for timezone data, tzdata, has Montreal and does
not have Mount-Royal in any language for Ubuntu 16.04. I don't know
from where Ubuntu gets its strings, or why it does not use the
standard tzdata package.
> I'm guessing that this is where I have to send this... the bug reporting FAQ
> says 'misspelling and translation' errors should be sent to youse guys.
> I have most recently seen this in the installation for 16.10, but it has
> been present in every version of Ubuntu that I have ever installed (as far
> back as 8.04 at least)
> During the initial set up of the system, when it asks for your
> location/timezone, the city that I live in (Montreal) does not appear in the
> It appears that it is listed as 'Mont-Royal', which is a misspelling of
> 'Mount-Royal' (a suburb of Montreal).
> Thanks for your time.
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