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#1644
localization for linux 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
hello, i'm using Rainlendar Version 2.0.1 (b28) on Fedora Core 6, and tryin to insatll Japanese localization which is downloaded from official site.

When i drag "Japanese.r2lang" file into calendar, it shows "The language was installed succesfully!
Please refresh (or restart) Rainlendar to see the changes." , though it doesn not show Japanese option on the menu.

i also tried to unzip the "Japanese.r2lang" file and store the ja_JP into raidar's locate folder, though it keeps the same result.

please help me out. thanx in advance
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#1675
Re:localization for linux 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
You need to have Japanese language support installed into the OS. At least in Ubuntu this can be done from System->Administration->Language Support. I have never used Fedora Core so I don't know how it is done in there.
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#1722
Re:localization for linux 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
thanks for your advice, but i'm currently using japanese environment(i choose japanese option when i install fedora)

i've attached a screenshot so that someone might gonna be able to figure this prob out.

plz let me know for any ideas.
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#1723
Re:localization for linux 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
<br><br>Post edited by: tomo, at: 2007/01/11 12:10
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#1736
Re:localization for linux 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
Fedora probably does some things differently than Debian/Ubuntu. If I have time in the future I can try to get a Fedora Core image for VMWare and try to debug this.
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Re:localization for linux 6 Years, 9 Months ago  
Rainy wrote:
You need to have Japanese language support installed into the OS. At least in Ubuntu this can be done from System-&gt;Administration-&gt;Language Support. I have never used Fedora Core so I don't know how it is done in there.

... and where do those Finnish language files should put on Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon? If I try to drag and drop them like the main page says, I only get a message: You don't have privileges to do that.

Just gimme the words, which I should put on console!
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