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vengadaraja
07-Jul-2012, 11:23
Hi,

I am from the data Center project in INDIA. Well, we're trying to do the SUSE automated Installation using some Cisco Tools.

With the Configuration file for autoyast installation, i was able to successfully automate Suse in English language. But i need the installation to be

done in japanese, so i tired chaging the autoyast configuration file for Japanese language, by changing the Keymap, and the language, the installation was not in japanese, instead it was in English.

<general>
<clock>
<timezone>$node_time_zone</timezone>
</clock>
<keyboard>
<keymap>japanese.PC104</keymap>
</keyboard>
<language>ja_JP.UTF-8</language>
<mode>

This is the config file i changed. Let me know what all need to be changed in the autoyast configuration file to get the installation done in japanese.

it will really help us a lot.

Thanks,
vengada

smflood
11-Jul-2012, 17:14
On 07/07/2012 11:24, vengadaraja wrote:

> I am from the data Center project in INDIA. Well, we're trying to do
> the SUSE automated Installation using some Cisco Tools.
>
> With the Configuration file for autoyast installation, i was able to
> successfully automate Suse in English language. But i need the
> installation to be
>
> done in japanese, so i tired chaging the autoyast configuration file
> for Japanese language, by changing the Keymap, and the language, the
> installation was not in japanese, instead it was in English.
>
> <general>
> <clock>
> <timezone>$node_time_zone</timezone>
> </clock>
> <keyboard>
> <keymap>japanese.PC104</keymap>
> </keyboard>
> <language>ja_JP.UTF-8</language>
> <mode>
>
> This is the config file i changed. Let me know what all need to be
> changed in the autoyast configuration file to get the installation done
> in japanese.
>
> it will really help us a lot.

Duplicate post - answered @
http://forums.suse.com/showthread.php?1264-SUSE-Issue-with-Japanese-Language
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