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Old 11-28-2005, 11:24 PM
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Default Install othe language
If I install BC-BSD in english, ewerything is OK. But after instalation CD#1 I do not asked for CD#2.
Problem:
My language is Czech and it is not listed during instalation on CD#1. Support on CD#2 exist.
I cannot select my language during instalation CD#1. And I do not asked for CD#2 after instalation.
If I install BP-BSD in other language (Polish), then I do not understand, but after instalation CD#1 I am asked for CD#2 an I can install My language (Czech) support.
Instalation is OK, but way is wrong...
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Old 12-10-2005, 11:27 AM
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Default Re: Install othe language
Originally Posted by kettis
If I install BP-BSD in other language (Polish), then I do not understand, but after instalation CD#1 I am asked for CD#2 an I can install My language (Czech) support.
Instalation is OK, but way is wrong...
Thank you.

Diky tvuj prispevek mi moc pomohl a jo je to na picu zpusob instalace te cestiny to je fakt.
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Old 12-11-2005, 12:03 PM
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Tak jsem prisel na dalsi zpusob:
1. Nainstalovat PC-BSD v anglicke verzi
2. Z CD#2 zkopirovat a rozbalit prislusnou lokalizaci (CZ)
3. Rrozbalene soubory zapsat/prepsat do stejnych mist v KDE
Funguje mi to, i kdyz nevim, jak je to korektni...
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Old 12-11-2005, 12:34 PM
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For Czech users only

Vše, co se bude týkat českých překladů bude uváděno v http://www.pcbsd.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=453 a časem na mých stránkách. Díky.

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Okay guys, I don't speak Czech, I'm afraid.

Please would you be able to translate that into English so I may see how to do a language change - maybe French, maybe German, etc for a check?

Thank you. I agree, it did not prompt for the language CD in either rc1 or rc2. This is bad because it says it will.

This is on several installations, it did not prompt on any of them.
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