How do I change the shell language from German to English?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 26, 2007
I have a dedicated server from 1&1 which is hosted in Germany and I guess unsurprisingly is configured for German language. I am English with poor German language skills and so when I connect to the shell I'd like to be able to switch to English. Is there a way to do this? Perhaps on a per-session basis?
hpna on knoppix 3.3really simple plain english instructions
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 9, 2004
okay, i have a linksys 10m homelink phoneline hpna network with a router and i need to get it to work with Knoppix 3.3. Now im really good with windows but im completely clueless with linux. so can you please tell me really simple, really easy, plain english, step-by-step instructions on how to get hpna working on knoppix 3.3. Thanks
P.S. i've already downloaded the driver from the linksys ftp
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Ncurses German or Spanish <> English dictionary?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2013
I am looking for an offline solution to look up words (translation with also determin. der,die,..). I would like to translate a word from/to english.
apt-cache search spanish ncurses dict
does not return anything.
There are really no dictionaries (offline) for Linux ?
Seems bad ...
On screen Chinese/German to English dictionary
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 26, 2009
I was wondering if there are any software that could aid one in learning a new language. The software I had in mind would, for example, be well integrated with the desktop, and by marking an unknown word it would give the translation to English.
Need Language Translation tool German to English
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 16, 2009
I looking for Translation tool which can translate my documents, emails, pdf from German to English. I found some tool for windows like Promt Translation (licensed), i am looking similar tool for UBUNTU. Any pointers ?
Program translate English to German
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 11, 2009
I am looking for a program to translate English to German. I want to write in word processor and translate it to German. I downloaded multi-language translator but that didn't work.
Building a translation platform from English to German.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 27, 2010
Hallo again today!
I have now a second post on the work I am doing. I am trying to complete a model for translating English texts into German.
My concept is a model using a text editor with only simple executable scripts being written to perform steps in the process.
I need to use a language for doing simple things like tagging words and translating using a dictionary I am building.
I am beginning to use AWK in conjunction with Bash and need to find some members with whom I can dialog on particular topics; even getting advice.
Are there any AWK users in the community, using the language for processing text?
I look forward to responses. Regards, patforkin.
Installation... Windows vs Ubuntu/Debian/Knoppix/Distro of your choice.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 24, 2006
OK, in a way I sometimes feel like I am the Windows defender here. It had been a good few years since I installed XP from scratch, I think I have been spoilt by all the modern Linux distros I have installed lately... OH MY GOD! What a painful experience!
The desktop is your basic Compaq desktop machine, a P4 EVO D510, a common as muck machine. Did XP auto-detect everything? DID IT EVER!!!!
It booted into 640x480 4 bit colour, with no Ethernet driver, no sound driver, and clearly no video driver either. Thankfully USB worked so I was able to get the Ethernet driver to it that way. After enjoying the Compaq/HP site in 4 bit colour and getting the right drivers for the rest I wanted to install IIS, was it easy?
HELL NO! Why? Because I had given back the Windows XP install CD to the Helpdesk team. And it expects the disc, no “apt-get install IIS” or anything quite as elegant.
This is frustrating!
How come not many people sing praises about how easy some of latest Linux dis
USB OS: Ubuntu/Mint, Knoppix or Puppy for portable OS?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 20, 2010
Which OS would you say would best fit on an 8gb USB flash drive, that you could do the most with on the range of computers that you would encounter in an SF Bay Area University or College or Library? Next: Same question again for 4gb drive. Same answer? How functional would you say puppy linux is from flash drive? Is USB Gnome functional enough for most library computers and college library computers, or am I spoiled with my phenom quad and overestimating its abilities? How would a heavily fortified Puppy Linux compare to something like Xubuntu or LXDE-Mint? I on the 8gb drive I would want permanent storage and to be able to save my settings, not just have it act like a live CD. Using a second partition is ok, but it would be more convenient and space efficient for it to be all on the /home partition. Creating a second profile for this is ok. What would you pick and why if you had 3 USB drives and wanted to devote 2 of them (8gb and 4gb) to operating systems?
Cluster Knoppix, Ubuntu, or What? (Beowulf)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 23, 2008
I want to set up a Beowulf like cluster system, and I have been looking into ways to make this work.
I just recently found a distro called ClusterKnoppix that looks good, but very old. Before I go ahead and use it, does anyone have a better idea (other than don't do it) about clustering?
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