Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 07/15/2012 08:38 PM, Frantisek Hanzlik wrote:
>> Ed Greshko wrote:
>>> On 07/15/2012 06:24 PM, Frantisek Hanzlik wrote:
>>>> I would use two case: multiple users on one machine want different
>>>> languages; and one user want occasionally use session with different
>>>> language from it's main. In both cases in way for people without any
>>>> computer skills
. Fortunately contrary to You all languages are
>>>> those using ISO8859-1/-2 charsets (maybe rarely cyrillic alphabet).
>>> You didn't mention what desktop you are using.....
>> As I wrote in first mail, I'm now using Xfce (in F14- I was Gnome user).
> Ah, yes. So, you did....
> I don't know much about Xfce and how it switches language display. I just tried a
> quick test by modifying the LANG environment variable. No effect. Doing that with
> KDE or GNOME is enough to have them change the GUI language.
>>> For GNOME, which I don't use, it is very easy for a person to select which LANG they
>>> want to operate in. All they do is go to "System Settings--->Region&Language" and
>>> set their language for their next and subsequent logins.
>>> For the person using a different language than their main one...they just have to
>>> remember to do it on logout.
>> Eh, int indeed! That is return back to windos era
>> And after some time anaconda/firstboot will say to us: "Now You must
>> select Your language. It cannot be newer changed afterwards"
> Well, at least you can switch back and forth with relative ease in KDE and GNOME. I
> really don't expect that to change.
>> And it is useles when to one machine are simultaneously connected
>> multiple users with different language demands.
> Not sure I know what you mean by "simultaneously connected".
I can have in one time connected more than one user with its own graphical
sessions (XDMCP, RDP, X forwarded via SSH, VNC, ... connections. Or local,
I remember one SCO Unix i386 machine with special card on which was four
graphics, four keyboard and four mice controllers
Sorry for my bad English.
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