Description of problem:
I can't find Sinhala support on Fedora 9 LiveCD. But Fedora 9 DVD contain
Sinhala support and Fedora 8 liveCD also supported for the Sinhala
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot your box with Fedora 9 LiveCD
2. Try to select "Sinhala" before login to your system from Languages list
Sinhala is not available in the Language list
Sinhala support must be with Fedora 9 LiveCD
Fedora 9 DVD and Fedora 8 DVD and Fedora 8 LiveCD also came with Sinhala
support. This is a critical issue if you consider marketing aspects.
Space on the live cd is limited, and the lion share of space is taken up by
translations. To address this issue, we have decided to restrict the supported
languages to those which have more than 50% complete translations for the gnome
That may be what has unfortunately caused the omission of Sinhala.
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