I followed another way but it worked anyway.
menu administrator I removed the Chinese language :)
thanks a lot ... I was going crazy 




Il giorno martedì 29 maggio 2012 18:45:15 UTC+2, Konstantin Khomoutov ha 
scritto:
>
> On Tue, 29 May 2012 07:22:13 -0700 (PDT) 
> Giuseppe <giuseppe.rub...@gmail.com> wrote: 
>
> [...] 
> > > > strange fact I suddenly find myself in the language of git 
> > > > japanese I can notunderstand what she says ... 
> > > > Perhaps some update of ubuntu, which I did ..? are currently at 
> > > > version 11.04! 
> [...] 
> > > Please show what the `locale` command prints to you when you run it 
> > > in the same shell you're using to execute `git status`. 
> > LANGUAGE=it:zh_CN 
> [...] 
> > mhmhmhm  you have finally found the problem? this is strange?  i 
> > change it? 
> Yes, his is the offending setting in your environment which makes Git 
> use translated message resources for some variant of Chinese. 
>
> Fixing the situation is not quite straightforward as it requires 
> knowing where this environment variable [1] comes from. 
>
> The first thing to read and understand is [2]. 
> Follow what's written there and consult the /etc/default/locale file. 
> If it contains the setting of that LANGUAGE variable, delete it (you 
> will probably have to reboot to apply this change). 
>
> If it doesn't, look for your personal shell initialization files. 
> The following encantation should find such files if they exist: 
>
> $ grep -rw LANGUAGE ~ 
>
> If this search turns up something fishy, like ~/.bashrc or 
> ~/.bash_profile, edit the offending file, removing the assignment to 
> that variable. Re-running a shell afterwards and executing `locale` in 
> it should result in that variable vanished. 
>
> If all this fails, try Ubuntu forums, askubuntu.com, superuser.com etc 
> as this problem has nothing to do with Git in general. 
>
> 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environment_variable 
> 2. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Locale 
>

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