npap wrote:What is assembler?
Sorry, no idea. I suggest you ask clem?npap wrote: OK. I want to translate the Help file (en.hlp) for Linux Mint to Greek. It is in the Installation CD, in the Isolinux folder. It happens that the Greek translation of any Ubuntu version (.tr) file is identical or an exact copy. This applies to other languages too.
A copy could be used by Linux Mint with no problem. The Help (.hlp)files are the only ones that differ from version to version. The difference is in the first line:
##F1#Welcome to Ubuntu! #This is an installation CD_ROM for Ubuntu 6.10, built on 20060928.
So, if I copy and paste the already translated Greek, from an Ubuntu file, of every sentence, keeping the # sign, would it be usable by Linux Mint?
npap wrote: All this because I don't how to use the VI editor.
My name isn't "scorp" without reason ... A well-aimed hit with a poisonous stinger will even get the most stubborn donkey moving.npap wrote:I hope you will soon get rid of those new MSIE guys.
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