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Mar 27, 2011

OpenSUSE 11.4 install from DVD with default options. (KDE Desktop, selected language and keyboard is German)

When installing from the 32bit media KDE is always English afterwards but when installing from the 64bit media I will have a german KDE as expected. Changing country & language & preferred language on the 32bit does not help - still in English.

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