Localization

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Localization (often abbreviated as l10n) and internationalization (often abbreviated as i18n) "are means of adapting computer software to different languages, regional peculiarities and technical requirements of a target locale." – Wikipedia:Internationalization and localization

Subpages listed below contain instructions on localization of your system to specific languages:

Fonts

See Fonts#Non-latin scripts for a non-exhaustive list of available non-Latin fonts.

Locale

See Locale for help with adding non-Latin language support to your system.

Input method

See Input method for help with non-Latin text input.

Keyboard layouts

See Keyboard configuration in console and Keyboard configuration in Xorg.

See also