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    Cool can not install Chinese Language support in Ubuntu 10.10

    Deal all, I use Ubuntu 10.10, When I click Language Support, then I click install/remove Language, I click Chinese (simplified) and Chinese (traditional). then I click apply changes. But still can not be installed. it seems, the source can not be downloaded. How to solve this problem? thanks.

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    Re: can not install Chinese Language support in Ubuntu 10.10

    open synaptic and search for:

    language-pack-zh or language-support-zh

    choose and install the package(s) you need

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    Re: can not install Chinese Language support in Ubuntu 10.10

    I will try it, thank's.
    Last edited by rudysuryanto; November 10th, 2010 at 01:22 PM.

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    Re: can not install Chinese Language support in Ubuntu 10.10

    I will try this out! for me I'm using 12.10 it just ask me to insert the live CD but I don't have a CD-ROM, so gatta try this out first!

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    Re: can not install Chinese Language support in Ubuntu 10.10

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