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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne
    I don't see it couldn't be a forum collaboration, especially with all the nationalities that hang out here... Think multi-language

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    Exactly! Thatīs why Iīve adopted the framework style to do it. easyLife already comes in english, portuguese_BR, portuguse_PT and spanish. Other languages are very welcome! If there are any translators around, please tell me! Itīs really easy to translate it (just one text file, nothing else).
    Last edited by Duli; 12th February 2008 at 12:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koallalays
    Is it possible to choose 'offline-installation' from eg. a CD for all this codecs and 3rd party stuff? And If the programm downloads something ... does it store the rpm- files for later offline-installation???
    That would be really great for many reasons
    No no.. In order to make the easyLife rpm package small, the program downloads the needed stuff from the internet on the way. You may take a look at the source code to see that. By default, it erases the suff it downloads so your system remains clean. The main priority about easyLife is to not mess your system up and to be simple as possible.

    Anyway, your suggestion is nice and we could build to versions. One that downloads stuff (smaller) and one that already comes with stuff (bigger). As soon as I get enough bandwidth to provide larger easyLife rpm packages, Iīll do that.

    Thanks for the comments and ideas.

    -- duli

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    it would probably be easy for me to translate it to Dutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero-Override
    it would probably be easy for me to translate it to Dutch
    Great. Here you go. Please find the attached file. Just edit it and save it with the same name as the result of:

    echo $LANG | cut -d. -f1

    Cheers,
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    attached is the translation for Dutch (should be marked nl_NL btw)

    one thing though, there was a mention of Area de Trabalho and i have no clue what that is so i have left it there, if you explain to me what it is i can tell how that line needs to be altered

    other then that it's all set to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero-Override
    attached is the translation for Dutch (should be marked nl_NL btw)

    one thing though, there was a mention of Area de Trabalho and i have no clue what that is so i have left it there, if you explain to me what it is i can tell how that line needs to be altered

    other then that it's all set to go
    Great! Credits will be in the file! Thanks a lot!

    About the "Area de Tarabalho", itīs the name of the Desktop folder. In pt_BR, itīs called "Area de Trabalho" and some poor programs have trouble with that, because they look for the "Desktop" folder, and not the "Area de trabalho" (or other name) folder.

    Programs well written do not have that problem, because they investigate the proper system files in order to discover what the desktop folder name is and do stuff from there.

    So, basically, we would just need to know what is the desktop folder name is Dutch? Iīll add it to the translation and do the proper programming changes.

    Thanks a again!
    --duli

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    GETOPT_MSG_DESKTOPLINK="zorgt er voor dat het Bureaublad goed word doorgeschakelt (wegens compatibiliteit). Dit werkt alleen voor de pt_BR Fedora versies."

    that should be the new line

    glad to help you out!!! and thank you for the credits

    the script looks very well thought out and organized btw!! tomorrow is a real SLOW day so i will have a chance to try it out in a good situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero-Override
    GETOPT_MSG_DESKTOPLINK="zorgt er voor dat het Bureaublad goed word doorgeschakelt (wegens compatibiliteit). Dit werkt alleen voor de pt_BR Fedora versies."

    that should be the new line

    glad to help you out!!! and thank you for the credits

    the script looks very well thought out and organized btw!! tomorrow is a real SLOW day so i will have a chance to try it out in a good situation
    Oh my god! Why do I have the feeling dutch is something impossible to learn? hehehe

    Anyway, thanks again. If you may, please pm me to send your real name (if you want it to be on credits). If not, I'll make ir Zero-Override.

    Cheers,
    --duli

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    pm sent

    and if you'd like i can try and teach you some stuff i got my family from america to learn it quite well for the time i had

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    Hey, thanks a lot! I'll certainly insert everything useful to easyLife.

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    Now it works for x86_64 also!

    Quote Originally Posted by leigh123@linux
    It's a shame there isn't a version for 64 bit O/S
    Hello, leigh and all:

    easyLife is now avaiable for both i386 and x86_64. One RPM for them all.

    Its source code is also available now via cvs.

    You are more than invited to try it out and make suggestions!

    http://easylife.dulinux.com

    Cheers,
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    Hi Duli,

    You're making it too easy for the newbies I'm sure Fedora (and potential) users appreciate your work!

    Edit: I've added your link to my sig....

    As it's not a support question, I've also moved it to 'Guides & How-To Articles'

    Wayne
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne
    Hi Duli,

    You're making it too easy for the newbies I'm sure Fedora (and potential) users appreciate your work!

    Edit: I've added your link to my sig....

    As it's not a support question, I've also moved it to 'Guides & How-To Articles'

    Wayne
    Hello, Wayne. Thanks!

    More improvements to come.

    Cheers,
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    Gee guys been following this thread...going to test it today and if possible I would put in my bit into translating it...maybe in to Tamil and Hindi-anyone heard of those

    BTW have a long list of people who would really like to use any OS that has the easiest way to get set and start typing in their native languages. I have tried this with both Ubuntu and FC and FC was by far the easiest in this area-SCIM requires some weird workarounds in Ubuntu to make it work with all progs, where as its all set and ready in FC.

    Thanks for the script man, been thinking of reinstalling my box for some time, will do that sooner..great work.

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