How do you localize openSUSE-11.4-KDE-LiveCD on a pendrive? I have installed bundle-lang-common-hu, bundle-lang-kde-hu, kde4-l10n-hu and yast2-trans-hu and changed locale in both Configure Desktop and YaST but the menus are only half-translated.
openSUSE installed from the DVD on a hard disk is properly translated. What makes the difference?
On 04/04/2011 11:06 AM, Knurpht wrote:
> To save space on the CD image, the language files
> are being downloaded during an install.
perhaps the OP could use SUSE Studio to build exactly the live image
wanted for the pendrive… here http://susestudio.com/
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Yes, you can. This is a live usb, not a live cd. Whatever additional packages you install will be stored at /media/hybrid/.clicfs_COW. Meanwhile, I have found the missing package: in addition to bundle-lang-common-$LANG, bundle-lang-kde-$LANG and kde4-l10n-$LANG, you also have to install the desktop-translations package.
Thanks for your replies anyway. They made me think.