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
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.
I am facing a very strange behavior in Ubuntu 11.04, As in normal cases when ever we change language at the time of login its change its locale variable and it use to set that selected language as the default language in "Text" tab of the Language Support up till the Ubuntu version 10.10, But in Ubuntu 11.04 its not the case.