Monday, January 7, 2008

Ubuntu1501 in your language

In response to many comments from users who have mentioned being from countries other than the U.S., we have implemented Google Translate on the site to make it easier for those who have a different native language. You can find this feature on the left side of the site, near the top under the Ubuntu1501 logo. It should be noted that the colored text, (red, green and blue) is also translated, so please refer to the original articles for correct commands.

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Hope this is useful!
pHreaksYcle
edited by redDEADresolve

8 comments:

Med said...

Thanks

pHreaksYcle said...

If I may ask med, what language will you be utilizing?

Med said...

I'm an Arab leaving in French Canada, so that makes me speaks Arabic, French and English fluently. I personally prefer using my native language which is Arabic cause I feel more comfortable and I read much faster.

pHreaksYcle said...

Glad to have you!

Igor said...

Guys'.... Google translate is something...
I've laughed so much at russian translation )))
Much better way is to learn english, cause it is very good language for technical issues :)

avare-im said...

I don't understand you!But, My Ubuntu1501 language is Turkish. Please help me :)

Med said...

I think the translation isn't perfect, but it's good enough to understand. At least, I understand the Arabic translation.

Kevin said...

The newest ATI driver released for linux (this week) fixes the hibernating and suspending issues. I have the newest BIOS, and suspend/hibernate are working for me! It's bliss!

Ok, so it's not as exciting as I had hoped, but it's nice to know :) Maybe an article making note of it is due?