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Well, I've found http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=51702 which suggests it's possible... I don't use puppy, but from what I can understand of the first post there is a "lang_pack_all" package which installs other languages, and then you need to run /usr/sbin/countrywizard to change the language.
Sunday 2 : hello, my problem is always the same... Lang pack all is now in mnt/sda5/mnt with name +root + quickpet + downloads + lang pack a II-09-sf... And as a perfect newbie, what wuth that?I must make something with terminal ? thanks for help...
First we need to know if you are running a full or frugal install and what version of Puppy Also. 5.? wary,quirky? Also. sf looks like a typo. Are you sure it does not say .sfs on the end of lang pack a II-09-sf.