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Old 01-30-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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Unhappy Do anyone know how to install Chinese Language in linux?


Do anyone know how to install Chinese Language in linux?

I have a Linux Mandriva 2009.1. My computer is reading Chinese Characters but the problem is when im running my Oracle E-Bussiness Suite the java program only displays "BOX". Anyone could help me?
 
Old 01-30-2011, 09:49 PM   #2
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anyone help?
 
Old 01-31-2011, 04:06 PM   #3
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Do anyone know how to install Chinese Language in linux?

I have a Linux Mandriva 2009.1. My computer is reading Chinese Characters but the problem is when im running my Oracle E-Bussiness Suite the java program only displays "BOX". Anyone could help me?
Don't post follow-ups for help less than an hour after your original post. Need help? Did you bother to check the Mandriva forums, where this very question is answered?
http://forum.mandriva.com/en/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=80425

You can also just add another language in, by going into the configuration utility. And if you need help with Oracle, then you should contact Oracle support, since you're paying for it.
 
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i think the problem is in my computer sir.. any one could help me?
 
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i think the problem is in my computer sir.. any one could help me?
Yes, I did help you already...I gave you a link to the Mandriva forums, where they TELL YOU HOW TO DO IT. You can also, again, run the system configuration utility, and select/load languages there.

And AGAIN, you can contact Oracle support, since you're paying for it, and you're having problems with an Oracle product.
 
Old 02-02-2011, 07:35 PM   #6
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Sir i think i dont need to contact oracle because in windows xp the program is working chinese language.. sir can ask you a few questions. What is the difference between mandriva one and mandriva free edition.

Is it true KDE desktop supported 45 kind of languages. Do you think i need to install a KDE desktop.

Thanks a lot for the answer sir.
 
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Sir i think i dont need to contact oracle because in windows xp the program is working chinese language.
That's because you've got Chinese installed in Windows XP...install it in Mandriva, by following the instructions provided before.
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sir can ask you a few questions. What is the difference between mandriva one and mandriva free edition.
You can go look it up on their website
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Is it true KDE desktop supported 45 kind of languages. Do you think i need to install a KDE desktop.
Thanks a lot for the answer sir.
If you don't install the language, you obviously won't be able to use it, now will you?? If you want Chinese, install Chinese.
 
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Sir i have installed mandriva 10.2 and i select kde, gnome and lxde as my desktop.
and in the language i select multi language computer.
but when i connect to our oracle e business suite. it is thesame as other mandriva i test.
The chinese character is not appearing in java..
 
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Sir i have installed mandriva 10.2 and i select kde, gnome and lxde as my desktop.
and in the language i select multi language computer.
but when i connect to our oracle e business suite. it is thesame as other mandriva i test.
The chinese character is not appearing in java..
Great...again, if you don't install Chinese, you won't have it. Not much simpler than that. Can you select Chinese as your desktop language in KDE/Gnome/etc?? If not, you don't have Chinese installed.

If you CAN, then go back to my first suggestion and contact Oracle support, since then the problem would be with Oracle's software, not with Linux.
 
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Great...again, if you don't install Chinese, you won't have it. Not much simpler than that. Can you select Chinese as your desktop language in KDE/Gnome/etc?? If not, you don't have Chinese installed.

If you CAN, then go back to my first suggestion and contact Oracle support, since then the problem would be with Oracle's software, not with Linux.
Thanks a lot sir..

Yes i will try to contact oracle..
 
  


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