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Thread: 11.2, how to install language not in list or YaST?

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    Default 11.2, how to install language not in list or YaST?

    Hi

    I have old laptop that I intend to give away to a child who's family, due to bad financial, has no means to afford it.

    I'll quote Ken Starks: "A Child's Exposure to Technology Should Never Be
    Predicated On The Ability To Afford It"

    I have installed openSUSE 11.2 with KDE (as this one works perfectly on that laptop), but I wish to put it in one of the languages (ordered by preference)
    1. Serbian
    2. Croatian
    3. Bosnian

    During and post installation there were neither of those languages available.
    Any hint?

    Thanks
    Emil Beli
    http://www.beli.ws/blog/
    openSUSE 11.4 x64 KDE, ATI 5600, i7 dell inspire laptop

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    Default Re: 11.2, how to install language not in list or YaST?

    I have 11.2. When I go to YaST > Software > Software management and I then choose the Language View, I can find Serbian (sr), Croatioan (hr) and Bosnian (bs).

    I do not know if you used the same (logical to me) path. When yes, I would not know why you do not find them.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: 11.2, how to install language not in list or YaST?

    Somehow I missed this.
    Installing now. If I find any problems will post again.
    Thanks my friend.
    Emil Beli
    http://www.beli.ws/blog/
    openSUSE 11.4 x64 KDE, ATI 5600, i7 dell inspire laptop

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