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Old 08-21-2003, 11:13 PM   #1
slackmagic
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Language support in MDK 9.1


hi there everyone,

I'm back with a question and hope to get as many answers as I've always gotten on my numerious previous threads. =)

I'm running Mandrake 9.1 on my other system because I just simply wanted to test it. Now I have already changed the language on that system - however, there are still many things going wrong with it.

I'm trying to get TRADITIONAL CHINESE (taiwanese) to work and I would like to know if someone else can tell me how to achieve this.

If you could give me GUI directions, that would be very much appreciated, however, if I should change a file with different configurations, I'd go ahead and do that as well..

Has anyone gotten traditional chinese to work properly on his Mandrake 9.1? Thanks for any help and info!!
 
  


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