Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 165734
Language Support addition incorrectly remembered by s-c-p
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:11 EST
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Description of problem:
When installing support for additional languages through system-config-packages, the first time I selected 'Language Support' no language is selected by default.
If afterwards one re-run s-c-p the 'Language Support' category is curiously unchecked. Checking it reveals that the languages it selects by default (which I'd expect to be the same as the list I entered originally) are different:
Arabic, Hebrew, French, Malay, British, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Russian, Greek
Arabic, Bengali, Hebrew, Tamil, Punjabi, Gujarati, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Hindi
Someone has a penchant for South Asian languages over at Red Hat? :)
The list of fonts installed seems correct - KOI8 fonts are installed, South Asian ones are not.
The list of languages should probably be sorted by alphabetical order, and the languages added through s-c-p added to /etc/sysconfig/i18n automatically.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install FC4 (Anaconda dose not ask for language selection anymore by default?)
2. Run system-config-packages, add some languages
3. Re-run s-c-p
Actual Results: Incorrect list of languages as described above
Expected Results: Language Support should be checked by default, the languages I selected should be selected, and preferably system-config-language knows of the languages I just added.
s-c-p offers "British Support" under language support=>details, but selecting
it, it says "size 0 bytes" and while the [selected/available] count changes from
[0/15] to [1/15] the button "update" remains greyed out.
Superceded by pirut