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albatroz2k
January 19th, 2007, 02:42 PM
Hello,
I am convincing a local company who sells computers
to several retail stores to preinstall Ubuntu on its
computers (they currently preinstall Mandriva).

However I have noticed that the kits of CDs distributed
by Canonical are in english, and that english is the
default language of installation.

I wonder if it would be OK if I make a spanish version
of the carton packing, mantaining the same Ubuntu colours, etc...
to include them with the computers.

BTW, I wish I could do the same with OpenOffice, so if someone
here can solve me this doubt too. I would appreciate it very much..

Sef
January 19th, 2007, 03:11 PM
I wonder if it would be OK if I make a spanish version
of the carton packing, mantaining the same Ubuntu colours, etc...
to include them with the computers.

Contact Canonical (http://ubuntu.com) about that.


BTW, I wish I could do the same with OpenOffice, so if someone
here can solve me this doubt too. I would appreciate it very much..

Contact OpenOffice.org (http://openoffice.org) about that.