Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 62890
kde-i18n-Norwegian not installed properly
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:41:44 EDT
Description of Problem:
Skipjack, beta4, norwegian install, choosing kde-i18n-Norwegian.
When KDE3 starts norwegian language is not listed in kpersonalizer.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Seems to happe every time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install beta4
2. Choose KDE - and kde-norwegian
Starting KDE - no norwegian language.
A possibility to choose norwegian language in KDE
The package is listed as installed, but the files are not installed. It works if
I install kde-i18n-Norwegian later (with force), so I think the package is OK.
I'd suspect kde, as all other packages are installed OK (and anaconda doesn't do
much more than running rpm)
I suspect the comps file - it has
(lang no): kde-i18n-Norwegian
Is no still the correct tag? I've seen some apps switching over to nb ("Norwegian
Bookmal"). Don't know what anaconda passes.
That's still the correct tag. 'nb' is not a locale recognized by glibc.
But the kde-i18n packages are putting the Norwegian translations in
/usr/share/locale/nb which is not correct.
I do see Norwegian (Bokmaal) in my list of languages to choose from after doing
an install with Norwegian and kde-i18n-Norwegian.
it's fixed in kde-i18n-3.0.0-4