[Bug 236872] bsdconfig: can't open file /usr/libexec/bsdconfig/*/INDEX.en_GB.UTF-8

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            Bug ID: 236872
           Summary: bsdconfig: can't open file
           Product: Base System
           Version: CURRENT
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: New
          Severity: Affects Only Me
          Priority: ---
         Component: misc
          Assignee: bugs at FreeBSD.org
          Reporter: 0mp at FreeBSD.org

I get unexpected output from bsdconfig(8). Here's the output of `(bsdconfig
xxx; echo -------------------; locale)`:

awk: can't open file /usr/libexec/bsdconfig/*/INDEX.en_GB.UTF-8
 source line number 4
awk: can't open file /usr/local/libexec/bsdconfig/*/INDEX.en_GB.UTF-8
 source line number 4
awk: can't open file /usr/local/libexec/bsdconfig/*/INDEX
 source line number 4
bsdconfig: xxx: not found
        bsdconfig [-h]
        bsdconfig command [-h]
        bsdconfig [OPTIONS] [command [OPTIONS]]

        -d         Provide lots of debugging info on standard-out when running.
        -D file    Send debugging info to file. If file begins with a plus-sign
                   debug info is sent to both standard-out and file (minus the
                   leading plus).
        -f file    Load file as script and then exit. If multiple occurrences,
                   program will only exit after last occurrence. If file is a
                   single dash (`-'), bsdconfig reads from standard input.
        -h         Print this usage statement and exit.
        -S         Secure X11 mode (implies `-X'). As root, always prompt-for
                   and validate sudo(8) username/password before starting.
        -X         Use Xdialog(1) in place of dialog(1).

        api                 console             defaultrouter       diskmgmt   
        docsinstall         dot
        groupadd            groupdel            groupedit           groupmgmt  
        hostname            includes
        kern_securelevel    mouse               mouse_disable      
mouse_enable        mouse_flags         mouse_port
        mouse_type          nameservers         netdev              networking 
        packages            password
        security            startup             startup_misc       
startup_rcadd       startup_rcconf      startup_rcdelete
        startup_rcvar       syscons_font        syscons_keymap     
syscons_repeat      syscons_saver       syscons_screenmap
        syscons_ttys        timezone            ttys                useradd    
        userdel             useredit
        usermgmt            vt_font             vt_keymap           vt_repeat  
        vt_saver            vt_screenmap
        vt_ttys             wifi                wireless            wlan

I'm running FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r345416 GENERIC  amd64.

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