Mintlinux 13 xfce 64-bit
Here is how I was able to create a dual language (EN & DK) keyboard:
I shift language by pressing ctrl and shift together.
abc ... æøå
Go to etc/default/keyboard
I suggest you teach the non multilingual users how to switch back to English
in case they accidentally find they are not in English.
Unfortunately I have not found a language display applet as yet.
Ubuntu gnome 10.04 had a language applet.
Jim1938 wrote:I would suggest you create a multiboot pc.
Install the Dutch version of Mint in one partition,
Spanish in another, and English in another.
Then when a user wants to use the pc, he/she
reboots to the language desired. This way
you can have secure username/password
protection also for your clients.
Will Mint allow 3 Mint versions on one pc???
Or will Mint think you are trying to fix
a previous install?
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