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Old 03-31-2004, 04:02 AM   #1
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I am running Red hat9 with a GNOME GUI.
I am able to get Ami to work if I log in for Korean base (Like everything is in Korean) However, That is not my native language and I would like to get Ami working when I have the menus and stuff in English (So I can completely understand what they mean, but can still type Korean letters, homework, emails etc.)
How does one do this?
I am a Newbie to Linux so please use simple terms.


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