Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480542
Setting English-UK as default keyboard should automatically set English-UK as the default language
Last modified: 2009-01-22 11:25:05 EST
Description of problem:
In Anaconda, if you select the default keyboard to be English-UK, the default system language doesn't get changed at the same time. Either this change should be automatic, or the old screen asking for language should be reinserted and the system obey this.
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There isn't a system-wide setting for dictionary, though, so there really isn't anything to be set. Not to mention that keyboard and dictionary are only (at best) loosely related.
Note that the old language selection screen never actually did anything about this either (and it's not coming back as the _only_ thing it did was package selection. and if you're just doing package selection, it should be more explicit)
There's another bug about reworking the way that all of locale/timezone/etc support works in anaconda, but I can't find the # offhand. Pulling dictionaries in there might make sense, although it'd require a coordinated system effort first to be able to have a system setting.
Jeremy, I believe you're referring to Bug 432887.