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language_support [2013/06/12 15:13]
Burt Henry removed trailingwhitespace form command
language_support [2013/06/12 15:22]
Burt Henry whitespace and punc correction
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 ==== Preparation and Installation ==== ==== Preparation and Installation ====
-To see which language packs are not yet installed for a given language run. +To see which language packs are not yet installed for a given language run- 
-<code> check-language-support -l langcode</code>+<code>check-language-support -l langcode</code>
 where langcode is replaced with the two letter code for the language you want to install. save this command's output. I find speakup;s copy and paste feature the easiest way to do this, but you could [[script|Use Script to Log Your Work]] in the console or terminal, or pipe the command's output to a text file. For example where langcode is replaced with the two letter code for the language you want to install. save this command's output. I find speakup;s copy and paste feature the easiest way to do this, but you could [[script|Use Script to Log Your Work]] in the console or terminal, or pipe the command's output to a text file. For example
 <code> <code>
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 <code> sudo apt-get update </code> <code> sudo apt-get update </code>
 and finally paste in the packages that were listed by the first command in place of lang-pkgs in the following command. and finally paste in the packages that were listed by the first command in place of lang-pkgs in the following command.
-<code> sudo apt-get install lang-pkgs </code>+<code>sudo apt-get install lang-pkgs</code>
  
 ==== Configuration ==== ==== Configuration ====
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 You can use the update-locale command to change the default system language instead of opening an editor  You can use the update-locale command to change the default system language instead of opening an editor 
 like like
-<code> sudo update-locale LANG=en_US.UTF-8 </code>+<code>sudo update-locale LANG=en_US.UTF-8</code>
 changing en_US.UTF-8 for appropriate values. changing en_US.UTF-8 for appropriate values.
 Try Try
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