I have read many different posts and tried many different things, but cannot get day-of-week and month names to translate into Indonesian.
Here is what I have done:
- In ubuntu (20.04) installed locale id_ID.utf8
- In ubuntu set LANG="id_ID.UTF-8"
- In moodle set default language to $CFG->lang='id';
NOTE, if I set language default in config.php to id_ID or id_ID.utf-8, I get error "Invalid current value" in the Admin->Language configuration page.
- The MOODLEDATA/lang/ folder, contains subfolder 'id' where the Indonesian language files are located. (I am curious why the folder is id not id_ID or id_ID.utf-8??) I installed en_US and the folder name here is en_US.
- MOODLEDATA/lang/id/langconfig.php has this line.
- $string['locale'] = 'id_ID.UTF-8';
This seems to incorporate all postings about this topic I have found. I don't know where else to look or what else to try.
The only thing that comes to mind is that somehow there is a disconnect between the way the Indonesian langauge pack is named "id" with the locale I have installed "id_ID.utf-8"