General :: Ubuntu : Errors In Terminal : Show Them In English Language?

Jan 20, 2011

i installed Ubuntu in italian language. Now I would like to see the error commands in english.For example if i write: $ mmmm

This is showed: mmmm: comando non trovato

I would like that mmmmm: command was not found is showed.

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Ubuntu :: Support For Language While Keeping English As Language Used To Display Desktop?

Mar 5, 2011

I have some music in another language, but when I open the songs in Banshee, their song names just come up as weird characters (like μ).I went to [System --> Administration --> Language Support] and installed support for that language, but the songs still come up like μ. (But in Nautilus, their proper names show).

I know the solution is to change my whole system language to that language, but I don't want to do that, as I am not very fluent in it. Is there any way to enable support for that language while keeping English as the language used to display my desktop?

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General :: Set English Language

Feb 22, 2010

I have installed Slackware 13 with language support and run it in init 4 mode (GUI, automatically start to KDE). When logout the menu is in arabic or some symbols that I don't understand. I try to set locale to English, but still the same symbols appear.I fix it. How can I delete this thread?

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General :: No Option Found To Boot Up OS Using English Language

Nov 1, 2010

I have downloaded and ran Austrumi-2.1.6 "Live CD" and although the OS booted up and connected to the Internet easily enough I just can't find the option to make the OS boot up using the English language. I must be missing something but can't figure out what?

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Ubuntu :: Change All Os Menu To English Language?

Feb 24, 2010

i have installed xbuntu 9.10 as my car pc oswhen i installed it i choose Greek as default language. The problem is that some scripts i have found use the english menu and i would like to change all my os menu to English . i have installed a lot of packages... will efect them this change?

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Jan 30, 2011

I have made several attempts to install Ubuntu with Russian or Dutch languages, but apart from one partial success with Russian the install seems to fail, is this muck on the DVD,a failing hard drive, or a conflict with the hardware, I speak Dutch and my son is learning Russian at A level.

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Dec 6, 2010

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May 3, 2010

I only want spellchecking, calendar and currency to be typical for Poland (this is where I currently live), Ubuntu itself (interface, applications, manuals) should be in English - I don't understand Polish well enough.In 9.10 I used to check Polish spellchecking (translations were checked for install automatically but you couldn't tell unless you chose another language and then Polish again) and uncheck the translations. It allowed for setting locale (calendar/currency) to Polish and also keep the spellchecking. Now it's buggy: I can do a fresh install of Ubuntu but can't set Polish spellchecking, calendar (it starts from Monday), currency (it's PLN/zł) and keep the system itself in English. What I do wrong?

1. Fresh install
2. System -> Administration -> Language Support
3. Language -> Install / Remove Languages
4. Find Polish and select ONLY: Spellchecking and writing aids
5. Text -> Display numbers, dates and currency amounts in: Polish

Confirm, reboot and... Bump! I've got Polish translations in several places, e.g.:If I upgrade any software, it is in Polish. Firefox (or Namoroka) locale changes to "pl,en" and its plug-ins are in Polish by default.
After I uninstall Polish translations (and leave spellchecking and writing aids as it was) there's a problem with locale (Polish locale is removed along with translations), besides, system doesn't actually change back to English and newly installed applications either crash with errors or install in Polish.

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Feb 20, 2010

I am using debian lenny, and gedit version 2.22.3. I just installed gedit, and gedit-plugins. Under Tools->Set Language, the option I have available to me is Turkish. Unfortunately the only I know is English, but that is not an option.

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 Live Cd - Selecting The Spanish Language Instead Of English

Jul 26, 2010

I installed opensuse 11.3 with kde from cd selecting the Spanish language, but the system is in English.

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Aug 9, 2011

I am going to install a computer for multi-language support for English and the Korean Hangul written language. I would like to configure the input from the keyboard to switch from English to Korean. I have keyboard with English and Korean and I would like to configure one of the keyboard buttons to switch the input language similar to how Microsoft multi-language support works. What applications and configuration changes are necessary to implement this.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Language : Mixing The Spanish And The English After I Tried Removing The Spanish?

May 8, 2010

I just upgraded a 9.10 system to 10.04.The family that uses this computer speaks both English and Spanish. The 9.10 system used both fine; however the new 10.04 is broken. Mixing the Spanish and the English after I tried removing the Spanish (because everyone's account went to Spanish even if they had chosen English).I want to go 100% English, once it is working again, install the Spanish support again.

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Ubuntu Installation :: System Half Is In English And Half In Another Language After Upgrading To 10.04

May 27, 2010

I just upgraded from 9.04 to 10.04 and so far I have those problems:

1. Before, everything in my system was in English. Now, half is in English, half in another language (PCManFM, some menus etc). I tried setting up Language Support but it changes nothing.

2. Cursor themes work only when hovering the mouse over "X" buttons in the right top corner of the window. As soon as I move the mouse somewhere else, it goes back to default cursor theme, even though I tried selecting 5 different themes - same result.

4. Hibernation don't work anymore. s2disk saves image to disk and then it resumes it but computer stops on text message along the lines of "Resume completed successfully".

5. Changing volume with keyboard shotcuts no longer works.

6. Smplayer does not display picture anymore when playing movies. The view is just empty. I can only hear the soundtrack. It is using XV filter.

7. PCmanFM that used to worked flawlessly, now after going into 1 or 2 subdirectories stops reacting to clicks on file/folder list. Need to open new instance to be able to do anything and this again would become unusable after visiting 1-2 folders.

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Debian Multimedia :: Scim/skim Doesn't Show Other Languages Than English?

Jul 28, 2010

I use Lenny 2.6.26-1-686 and kde 3.5.10I installed scim/skim and a great load of related packages and some fonts. I changed a lot of configuration files, so many times that I'm at a loss about them right now. Skim is starting with kde, and an icon is showing at the lower right corner. If I press Alt+F2 to run another app though, this icon disappears. I configured skim at the meny "Main Toolbar Configuration" to "always show" [3]. So I can still configure it from this Toolbar that is always at the desktop. But I can't really use the programme.

Well, I'm trying to type romanized Pali fonts (Pali is the language of Buddhist scriptures).When I run openoffice, for instance, and try to select the "input method" there's only English/European; Raw Code; and Keyboard for alternatives.I created the file "/usr/share/m17n/sa-translit.mim" with a map for transliteration of the special characters. I learned how to do this here:The first thing I noted is that when I pasted the content of the file to the terminal, some characters appeared as "blank squares". So I guess my system can't find any fonts installed to print these characters. But I thought I had installed the fonts that supported them (Gentium, Dejavu Sans and others). I must be missing something.

At the K-Menu, if I go to "Settings" -> "SCIM Imput Method Setup" it doesn't work any more. No window opens. At first, when I was starting to try to make it work, I could open this setup window and the "sa-translit.mim" file was there under the "Other" category (but it didn't really work, I don't know why). Now this setup doesn't run anymore, and at the "Configure" window for Skim I have only "English/European" and "Raw Code" at "Global Setup"-> "Other".But I have many things at /usr/share/m17n/ which should be showing here, I guess.

My /etc/scim/global
SupportedUnicodeLocales = en_GB.utf8
/DefaultPanelProgram = /usr/bin/scim-panel-kde


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Mar 8, 2011

I having Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx at Dell laptop. i want to read documents written in hindi language. I have a font called Mangla installed in open-office that helps to read these files. But if I open them in gedit or display them by using following command, I cannot open them in readable format:- cat Hindi.txt

[Output] ....

I want this file should also be readable to a executable file of (CMU's toolkit). I have installed several types of fonts such as lohit_hi.ttf. The system does seem to be recognizing this language.

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Debian Configuration :: Switch Between English And Japanese Input While Keeping An English Interface

Sep 23, 2010

I am learning japanese and I would like to be able to switch between english and japanese input while keeping an english interface. How would I achieve that? I am using KDE, by the way.

In the Kiten documentation I read that pressing Shift+Space would enable japanese input (built-in in Kiten, according to the documentation). But that does not seem to work in my system.

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Mar 24, 2009

i'm using Fecore Core 8, and i'm wondering how to get a package to change my keyboard from English to Hangul/Korean and back to English.

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Apr 3, 2010

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Feb 3, 2010

I'm trying to make Japanese input work with Scim, but when I modify Locale to make it work, all the menu(pulldown menu, title etc.)also becomes Japanese too. Is there anyway to keep English menus/titles while Japanese(or any other language) input method with SCIM is enabled ?

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Jul 26, 2011

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Jul 1, 2010

I am using:

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I am using ubuntu 10.04 lts.

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General :: Copy Directory (Local) From Terminal And Show Progress Bar?

Aug 19, 2010

I am new both here and in Linux. As the subject says, I would like to learn how to copy a directory (not a file) from terminal with progress bar showing. The copy is local, i.e., not to another computer. My distro is CentOS 5.5. I know that if I do it with nautilus I would see the progress, but I want to learn how to do it from the terminal. I know that PV command can show a progress bar, but from what I saw, it works well for files, but not for directories (recursive).

Is it possible to use PV for directories? If yes, could you please show me the syntax? I also saw that some people mentioned that rsync can also show a progress bar, I tried to do it, but it didn't work out - perhaps I got the syntax wrong. If rsync can really be used to copy directories with progress bar, show me the syntax? Any other ideas on how to do it? I would like ideas that do not involve using any script, i.e., just something that I can do using the regular commands.

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Jun 7, 2011

I was doing some rather lengthy procedures using a terminal. Then I wrote script using Kate, and input it into that terminal, and then realized that I was logged in as a normal user in that terminal as opposed to a superuser, which is how I was logged in at the other terminal. I've never noticed this before because I've never done anything that takes this long.

Is there any way to link all terminal sessions in such a way that they all show me logged in as the same user? I don't even know if this is even important, but I don't want to risk losing any things that I had done.

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Apr 14, 2010

i recently got a french msi wind U100x running on linux suse enterprise 10 sp1. (i am french and wanted a light netbook with french keyboard)i am totally new to linux and i believe that msi wind is not helping.because i am more used to english for settings, i set the main language to english, but it seems that it automatically reconfigures my keyboard mapping to english as well, so that azerty becomes qwerty.i reset it back to french, so now my keyboard is french, but so is the there a way to differentiate keyboard from main user setting language?

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Apr 27, 2010

I just installed ubuntu 10.04 on our laptop. for convenience I also installed the dutch (gnome) translation and selected Dutch as the default language so all menu's and localisation is suitable for the Netherlands and the misses understands stuff. However I noticed that the gnome terminal is also translated so all output from bash is now in Dutch too. This is really inconvenient since I have been using bash in english on fedora and ubuntu for 10 years now. So is there a way to reconfigure gnome term (bash) to default back to english and leave the GUI in Dutch?

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Feb 16, 2011

Some time back I posted a question about using a Greek keyboard since I'm trying to improve my limited Greek. Someone suggested a way of switching between the English and Greek desktop for Ubuntu. I tried that but it didn't work so well so I removed it. But I just tried to use the Terminal to install something and it's all in Greek!!! Now while I can read some of it my skills are not that good and I need it back in English again... Quickly actually! How do I go about removing the Greek from my terminal? Everything else on my system is in English so I can't figure why the terminal is stuck there.

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Mar 5, 2011

I recently installed language packs for Japanese and changed my system language to it, too. The problem is, now that I try to go back to English, the locale doesn't change back, only the menus are in english. "Apply system wide" in the Language Support didn't do anything; Firefox is in japanese too. Here is my locale output:



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Jun 10, 2010

I have very strange problems with all the good audio mp3 players in Ubuntu. Not the bad programs only the good (whcich have good skins and library and so on). Amarok for some reason skips all the music files but only mp3 if I put m3u online radio it works. It doesn't show errors at all just skips the songs. I've never had issues with mp3 files before. The movie player works liek a charm but is too cheap (no library to browse files). Banshee was great and suddenly it stopped working just like the good old Rhythmbox... They appear to be starting in background but don't show nowhere. I cannot install XMMS players too it isn't found on the apt-get server. Also my packages are fully updated.

Reinstalling the programs don't help at all! It must be some major issue with the programs not launching. It's not a single program Banshee, Rhythmbox and I think some other but don't remember the names. Movie player plays all but is too simple. I want something like Winamp with nice library please help. No need for movies just mp3. Exaile works not fine with mp3 but I preffer how Rhytmhbox shows the music library with all the songs not like in seperate folders. I could try song shuffle. But why the other programs don't start what command can show what's happening?

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Feb 6, 2010

scim-anthy seems to have been installed perfectly... however, ctrl-space or any other combinations that i'm use to don't activate it... i see the keyboard icon, i can go in set up the environment in it but... i can't get the japanese language bar to show up so I can type in Japanese.

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