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Notice: No translation for the language 'en_US' available. in /home/labot/www/pawtucket/app/lib/core

Notice: No translation for the language 'en_US' available. in /home/labot/www/pawtucket/app/lib/core/Zend/Translate/Adapter.php on line 456

How to fix this error msg?
# Pawtucket2-1.7,


  • Are you using 1.7.3?
  • Yes ,
    Application version 1.7.3
    Schema revision 147
    Release type GIT
  • Ah strange. I thought we had fixed that. What is your default locale?
  • I'm from Brazil, but CollectiveAccess, User interface locale = English (United Estates)

    setup.php =

    # __CA_DEFAULT_LOCALE__ = The locale to use when no user-preferred locale has been set
    # The locale set here is used in situations where no locale is specifically set by the user: prior to login
    # or prior to setting your preferred locale in user preferences for the first time.
    # You should set this to the locale in which your users generally work.
    # Note that whatever value you set *MUST* be configured in your system, either by hand or by an installation
    # profile. The default value is US/English, which exists in most configurations.
    if (!defined("__CA_DEFAULT_LOCALE__")) {
        define("__CA_DEFAULT_LOCALE__", "en_US");
  • Does it appear on every load? Or does it go away if you reload?
  • In every  load, with the observation that the PHP display_errors option to "On",
    If you wish to note ---->
  • edited July 2017
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