Is there any language pack(s) for "Sinhala" ?

Asked by Tharaka on 2007-05-26

"Sinhala" is the main language used in Sri Lanaka.If there is a language pack for "Sinhala",It will be a great help for Sri Lanakan Ubuntu Linux users.

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2007-05-26
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2007-05-30

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Tharaka (t-kasun) said : #1

"Sinhala" is the main language used in Sri Lanaka.If there is a language pack for "Sinhala",It will be a great help for Sri Lanakan Ubuntu Linux users.

Tharaka (t-kasun) said : #2

Please try to provide a Sinhala language pack for Ubuntu.

Tharaka (t-kasun) said : #3

Please try to provide a Sinhala language pack for Ubuntu.

Hanusz leszek (leszek-skynet) said : #4

Hello,

There is a Sinhalese language pack.
Is it the same than Sinhala ?

If you login with the Sinhalese language selected and the text is still in english for a specific program then it means that nobody translated this text in Sinhalese.
traduction is volunteer based, help is welcome.

I found a Sri Lanka team, you could have more information there:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SriLankanTeam

Francis J. Lacoste (flacoste) said : #5

Hello Tharaka,

(I'm posting this information request here because you chose to hide your email address in your profile, and cannot contact you direcly.)

I am a developer of the Answer Tracker and I'd like to understand why you posted three replies to your original problem?
All basically contain the same information. Is there some aspects of the user interface that are confusing? Do you have any suggestions on
how it could be improved to make the expected interaction clearer?

Thanks for your feedback.

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