Proper spell-checking support enabled by default
dietrichmathias at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 12:29:17 UTC 2013
In Ubiquity I selected German as the language, but I didn't setup an internet
connection at installation.
Maybe that was the problem, if it has no internet connection, it cannot
download the necessary packages and after restart the system does not care
Let's assume that I don't have a connection during installation but I do have
after installation. Is it possible to integrate an automatical detection and
download of the required packages when I open KDE's region settings ?
I just had the impression that the user is somehow lost after installation
without internet connection, which leaves room for improvement.
Am Donnerstag, 4. Juli 2013, 13:55:18 schrieb Harald Sitter:
> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 10:46 AM, Mathias Dietrich
> <dietrichmathias at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is it possible to add these three packages as dependency to the
> > kde-l10-$lang, with the result that the packages above are installed when
> > this package is installed ?
> Did you install in that language or installed in english and changed
> later? With changing later that would not be a big surprise because
> our KCM changes currently ignore both fonts, dictionaries and input
> > Another solution would be a Ubuntu-like language installer which is run a
> > first startup.
> We have that `kcmshell4 language` and it doesn't need to run at first
> start because ubiquity (the installer) already handles language pack
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