Jens-Ulrik Petersen píše v Po 11. 09. 2017 v 20:02 +0900:
Currently the handling and installation of langpacks seems suboptimal
for Live installations:
- `dnf install libreoffice-langpack-ja` (without weak/rich deps)
- `dnf install langpacks-ja` (uses weak/rich deps)
This was discussed a bit in the Flock "Fedora i18n" session.
Some possible solutions include:
- Include Libreoffice langpacks for major languages in Workstation
Does anyone know what impact it would have on the size of ISOs?
- Do a post-install dnf/rpm transaction in an anaconda plugin via
I'm afraid many users are not connected to the Internet during Live
system installation because nothing else requires it.
- Make `gnome-initial-setup` induce a PackageKit command to install
langpacks for the chosen language (seems tricky to make this distro
This makes the most sense to me. If it's placed after the network setup
screen, it's very likely the system is already connected to the
Internet and it's still early on, so it's not very likely that the user
has come across any untranslated UI by then.
- Make `gnome-control-center` install langpacks when switching
Don't we need this anyway? For situations when the user install an
additional language? I think Ubuntu has it there as well.
- Does `gnome-software` need any additional special support for
getting langpacks metapackages installed? (It already has: Addons ->