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Greg2
post Oct 18 2004, 07:07 AM
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Thanks lardman, I will make some changes later this evening when I have more time.

I will attach a screenshot of my 5600 with it's new look to show you more configuration menus in Japanese... I have been slowly figuring it out.

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post Oct 18 2004, 11:10 AM
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QUOTE(lardman @ Oct 18 2004, 05:27 AM)
Did you install one of the japanese localisation files (glibc-locale perhaps?).

You were right lardman... I have removed glibc-local and installed glib-additional.
Now almost everything is in English and it still works...Thanks

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ArchiMark
post Apr 15 2005, 03:55 PM
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I found that there are 2 different 'glibc-locale' files on the download page listed below. Item number 3 in the quote below just refers to a 'glibc-locale' file....

The 2 files are:

glibc-locale-ja-eucjp_2.2.2-1_arm.ipk

glibc-locale-ja-utf8_2.2.2-1_arm.ipk

Can anyone clarify as to whether I need to install both of them or just one?

If one only, which one??

Thanks!

Mark

QUOTE(jfv @ Sep 6 2004, 12:48 PM)
This is a HowTo for installing and running X/Qt. All this information is probably in the discussion threads but I found them too meandering to be useful.
[SNIP]
You need to download and install the following packages from the X/Qt site. Make sure to install the packages in that order.
[SNIP]

1. xqt-fonts-misc
2. xqt-server
3. glibc-locale
4. xbase-etc
5. xlibs
6. xqt-startup-scripts
7. xbase-client
8. blackbox
9. rxvt

[SNIP]

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post Apr 15 2005, 05:47 PM
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It's the eucjp one.

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post Apr 15 2005, 06:01 PM
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THANKS for clarifying, Felipe!

Mark


QUOTE(jfv @ Apr 15 2005, 05:47 PM)
It's the eucjp one.

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post Jun 3 2005, 07:09 AM
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You need to download and install the following packages from the X/Qt site.

Sourceforge.org is now "sf.net", with all the negativity that M$ monniker implies. Any links to it for download appear to be broken now; dozens from here and from killfilz.

- I've been trying to d/l and install X/Qt, but it's just not happening. I don't appear to have any of the files listed in the "HowTo" that jfv put in, because I can't get to any links to download anything. When I go directly to "sourceforge.org", I get redirected to "sourceforge.net", and searching for XQt and or X/Qt yields no files found, at least none relating to what I'm looking for. What gives?? Sourceforge, as it looks today, is patently useless.

- It's funny how literally seconds after posting about something, I always find the answer!! (smirk) The URL listed doesn't work, for some reason, but by backing up to "http://xqt.sourceforge.jp", I can follow links to reach the download area, and lo and behold, everything's right there. Go figure! (drool)

- Maybe sf.net being so ugly to use is why the link went to sf.jp to begin with (grin)...
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