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Old 09-06-2006, 12:53 AM   #1
Registered: Apr 2006
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Distribution: Ubuntu 7.04 , SLED 10 , Fedora , RHEL 5
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problem with supporting language in Fedora Core 5

hello all,,

am using fedora core 5 and am just wanna to support arabic langauage ,,

i did the configuration from system center and i enable arabic language

and it reads it in great way but when i want to write with arabic i get

confused there is no letters :S so i copied the fonts folder and it

contains also the arabic fonts and put in /usr/share/locale and nothing

happened wana help


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