Στις 19/11/2011 12:24 πμ, ο/η Patrick Shanahan έγραψε:
* Christian Wansart<christian.wansart(a)gmx.net>
"live cd"s do not have enough space for *many* different languages.
Duscussion exists about dropping the cd's for larger iso's for install on
flash memory drives that contain *more* language files.
These iso's will not ever contain *all* the possible languages.
... and even the "english" is sometimes somewhat disconcerting :^)
That's true but why is it only possible to install the right language packages
running "zypper dup"? Perhaps the Live CDs should run this command on first
boot or there should be something fixed that the required packages for the
language will be installed as regular updates.
Just guessing (from previous
experience) but would say that the required
packages do not exist in the configured repositories. "zypper up" by
definition will not upgrade packages from other than the repository where
the present package exists, "zypper dup" installs the *newest* package
from the configured repositories w/o deference to its *home* repo.
but I *am* guessing.
Regarding the ISO size and the language problem, I don't
the problem. I mean why 11.4 had an 700MB ISO that after installation
everything was OK.
The 12.1 installation I did, I tried to change language using YaST but I
When I open system settings, I go to Localization, it shows that I have
installed British English, US English, Chinese (?) and Greek. Greek is
When I try to delete British and Chinese, I cannot. There's not a button
to unlock as admin to do it.
I asked KDE friends about the language and they told me that they had
the same problem and solved it using zypper dup.
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