RE: How can I change the default language in Xfce LiveCD?
Finally, I changed the default language to Chinese successfully.
If you want to change debian to your native, you must install debconf and locales.
After that, use "dpkg-reconfiguer locales" to select character sets your native use.
And then, "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade" your debian.
Simply, isn't it? Now, you just change debian to your native.
If anyone have the similar questions, please contact me.
From: Daniel Baumann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 10:28 PM
Subject: Re: How can I change the default language in Xfce LiveCD?
Andy Xue wrote:
> Chinese fonts. But these softs still showed as before,in en words.
> Was there any setting files that I fogot to set?
i've absolutely no idea, i'm totally unfamiliar with non-western things like this :/
> Or are there not i18n packges to surport Chinese locale fully?
not that i'm aware of, this is handled on a package per package basis.
> Wish someone give me more tips.
you could try apt-cache search and look through the results.
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