Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 110028
aspell-es and kde-i18n-Spanish doesn't get installed in Spanish installation.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
Description of problem:
I chose the English language for installation and also chose the
Engliash language for the system but I asked anaconda to install
Spanish packages as well.
Gnome Spanish version is working well but anaconda didn't install the
"aspell-es" neither the "kde-i18n-Spanish" (I installed KDE also), and
I consider important those packages to be installed if you as for a
Spanish language support.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot Fedora Core 1 CD, install in English.
2. Choose English as the primary language.
3. Choose Spanish as the secondary language.
aspell-es and kde-i18n-Spanish don't get installed.
aspell-es and kde-i18n-Spanish get installed along the other RPMs.
It's not a big deal, I can easily install those packages from the CD,
but I don't think it's the right thing to do, installer should do it
I don't remember seeing this happen myself. Mike, can you verify if
Manual vnc install, english/nfs
Selected Spanish (Mexico) as a supported language.
Personal Desktop w/ default packages + kde
There are several Spanish locales and the reporter didn't specifically
state which one was selected so I made a best guess (based on the
After the install I verified that neither aspell-es nor
kde-i18n-Spanish was installed.
Will attach some details.
Created attachment 95983 [details]
Created attachment 95984 [details]
Created attachment 95985 [details]
Looks like the problem arises from non-Spain spanish locales (or
possibly just es_MX). I performed two almost identical kickstart
installs, one with es_ES on the the supported list and the other with
es_MX. The first pulled in the appropriate aspell and kde-i18n
packages, but the second did not.
Aha, this is because the comps file specifies to only install Spanish
support for es_ES.
Other package that suffers from this omission is man-pages-es
I haven't found any other (yet) that should be but doesn't get installed.
If this bug is already solved in rawhide (I haven't confirmed it is,
since it's an anaconda stuff) do you think we can close this bug?
OK, I guess I'll have to wait for FC2 to be released to know if this
bug got fixed or not ;)
Fixed in Fedora Core 2, thanks.