RE: Howto load i18n?
Yes, I am the team coordinator for Lao KDE. I created those mo files and put
them in /usr/share/locale/lo/LC_MESSAGES/*mo. The files are there, but how
do you tell the system, KDE, that there is kde-i18n-lo? Any particular
file(s) I need to create or tweak?
From: Hendrik Sattler [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, September 11, 2004 6:32 PM
Subject: Re: Howto load i18n?
Am Samstag, 11. September 2004 22:47 schrieb Anousak:
> I recently installed the latest Debian in Vmware as guest os. It works
> a charm. I really like it. But there couple of issues I have to deal with.
> Hoping you can help me out. I have all Lao (KDE) mo files located under
> /usr/share/locale/lo/mo*. In Control Center, I changed language to Lao
> select Lao OT fonts for Menu under Appearance and Themes. Nothing happens.
> Though I try to shutdown the KDE apps and start them, but still nothing
> happens. How do you load any other languages in Debian? What are steps I
> need to accomplish this? I recall a friend saying that Debian is much more
> friendly then others in terms of internationalization.I recall that was
> I loaded Lao under Mandrake. Thanks for your help in advance.
At least my system doesn't know about a kde-i18n-lo package, so maybe you
to get the necessary files from http://i18n.kde.org/teams/index.php?a=i&t=lo
first (looks like only for KDE-3.3 or later).
The directory for the .mo files is NOT /usr/share/locale/lo/*.mo
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