I noticed Firefox wasnt properly displaying those languages so heres how to fix it:sudo apt-get install language-support-fonts-ja language-support-fonts-ko language-support-fonts-zhSimple huh?
on 12/22/2010 – Made popular on 12/22/2010
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I'm trying to change the language for a standard user account.
With the administrator account, I installed a new language by going to system settings > language support > install / remove languages. Then I logged in to the standard account, and moved the new language to the top by dragging it with the mouse. And then I reseted the machine and logged back in. But nothing changed.
I have a problem with the language support in Ubuntu 12.04LTS. I want to install Spanish in my computer and the system isn't able to find or create the directory that will allow the system to actually set Spanish as a language option inside Language support. So I am wondering how can I tell the system where are those files or how to fix this in any other way.