Home > Linux > Ubuntu Linux International Screenshots Ubuntu Linux International Screenshots Submitted by Chris 2004-12-24 Linux 13 Comments Ubuntu Linux has posted a series of international screenshots of their 4.10 LiveCD (thanks to OSDir.com). This includes Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and French screenshots. Additional languages are soon to be added. About The Author David Adams Follow me on Twitter @david_adams 13 Comments 2004-12-24 5:57 pm im romanian established in argentina and i would like to have the translate into romanian, if that is possible my best regards, adi. 2004-12-24 7:39 pm Salut I’m hungarian living in Romania. Greetings and have a Merry Christmas, You particularly want Ubuntu translated in Romanian? I am using Gentoo but I want to try Ubuntu for two reasons: 1. I want to learn how to administer on a real Debian-based distro and I don’t like Debian itself. 2. I’ve heard only good things about it. I think the normal installable version has support for Romanian. 2004-12-25 1:25 am Sorry, but the 2 times i tested ubuntu, ubuntu had strange behavior … I think i will stay with gentoo … 2004-12-25 3:42 am Uhmmm…gentoo will exhibit strange behavior too when you muck around with compiler flags to try and shave off a nanosecond on some random app. What’s your point? Why waste keystrokes, to inform people who don’t know who you are, that you’re going to stick with gentoo? 2004-12-25 3:04 pm maybe with Rosetta Ubuntu tool: https://launchpad.ubuntu.com/rosetta “Rosetta is a tool for translating open source applications into your language” 2004-12-25 4:42 pm at least i type my name … Gentoo is cool in the number of packages that are in mirror’s amd the easy and cool way to personalise your system!!! i use flags optimize, but you can use binaries … Ubunto are very poor in some mirror’s at portugal there are few mirror’s and with few thing’s, i have internation bandwith limit’s by my ISP, that’s my point number 1 Second point the 2 times that i tested Ubuntu, Ubuntu crashed, etc, etc, etc. It’s a Debian close distribution, but it is not so cool as Debian, many progress have to be made … sorry, but i leave in a free world, and in that free worl i have free speach!!! so … respect the other’s opinion, so other’s can respect your’s @sergo 2004-12-25 4:58 pm … Ubuntu is a cool project, need’s some major improvements, i like gnome and that is cool in ubuntu, but at the moment i am stable with gentoo, i will not change my Dist, until i have garantees, that the new dist. is better or more stable… 2004-12-25 6:37 pm I am at the same opinion: I do want to try Ubuntu, but I won’t delete my Gentoo installed in one week for that But I will still try it, maybe on other computer. 2004-12-26 3:39 am ” won’t delete my Gentoo installed in one week for that But I will still try it, maybe on other computer.. well thats ok.. it took you a week to install gentoo. I installed warty in 45 minutes.. and have upgraded to hoary in 30 minutes. everything works at the debian bleeding edge. other than that.. thanks for the above 7 meaningless posts. (i.e. what is your point?) 2004-12-26 3:52 am My response to your post had nothing to do with free speech or the reasons why you choose to stick with Gentoo. I’ve run Gentoo on several machines, and it’s a fine distro. The speed gains you get are vastly overrated (Ubuntu is the fastest desktop I’ve ever used), and even on fast machines with lots of ram the compile cycles are annoying. My question was why you felt the need to say you’re going to stick with gentoo, when the article had to do with Ubuntu internationalization? Don’t you think that everybody has “strange behavior” with every distro out there because of the almost infinite combinations of hardware there is out there? There is no distro that is immune to “strange behavior”. 2004-12-26 3:54 am Why don’t you try running Ubuntu on top of an existing Gentoo operating environment? Can’t you run linux on top of linux like you can run linux on top of windows? http://www.colinux.org 2004-12-26 5:39 am Actually, there’s a chroot environment or UML (user mode Linux) that are good for things like that; as well as the commercial product VMWare. (Colinux, as far as I know, is for Windows.) 2004-12-29 11:43 pm QEMU is a free virtual machine (like VMWare) which will run ubuntu. There is even a howto document on the ubuntu website: http://www.ubuntulinux.org/support/documentation/howto/installation… :o) Jamie.