How to install a language translation

Asked by Lotiopep on 2010-01-23

Hello.

I just downloaded the most recent gnomenu package and installed it. I wanted to have it in my own language, but I did not find the translation, so I made it using launchpad. After that, I don't know how to install it so I can use gnomenu translated.
I requested the download and I got a file with extention "po". What do I have to do after that?
Can you help me, please?

Thanks so much.

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Helder Fraga (whise) said : #1

either wait for the new package to come up, or install from source, put the downloaded translation in the po directory and sudo make install

Lotiopep (lotiopep) said : #2

Thanks man! It worked! But I thought it might be an option in gnomenu settings for changing the language. Now I realise that it take it from the system language.

Thanks again.