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Old 01-11-2005, 11:09 AM   #1
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How do I provide Greek Language support on FC3 Box?

I'm a linux neewbie. I'm currently running FC3 with UK English as default. I'm a student of Greek and now need to present assignments typed in Greek. Can anyone provide me with info on how to configure my system so that I can have Greek as a second language after pressing a special combination of buttons (e.g Alt+shift or Ctrl+shift).

I've serached 4 info on d web but most of them have been in d Greek Language and my Vocabulary of d lang is not that high yet.


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