Debian Configuration :: Change To Norwegian Keyboard Layout

Oct 24, 2015

When I installed Debuntu i picked US as my country, and now when i try to change region/language/keyboard-layout to norwegian, Debuntu only suggests english. How can i install the Norwegian language pack to debuntu?

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