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Re: [gNewSense-users] How to install Gnewsense on a Yeelong Notebook wit

From: Snoopys Woodstock
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] How to install Gnewsense on a Yeelong Notebook without CD-rom?
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 17:48:49 +0100 (BST)

> The installer worked in the past. The work on the package repository for the 
> next release broke it, so it's for a good cause. :)


> If you're stuck in graphical interface in a language that you don't 
> understand, there's a good chance that you're still able to use the 
> console in English. Pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1 brings you to a console (you can 
> switch 
> back with Ctrl+Alt+F7 or Ctrl+Alt+F8). After logging in you can run commands 
> with "LC_ALL=C" prepended and output should be in English, e.g.
> $ LC_ALL=C sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-data

Fine, this command brought me to an window where I can select one of this four 
1. Select keymap from arch list <--- I've tried this and the output was: 
"Looking for keymap to install: NONE"
2. Don't touch keymap
3. Keep kernel keymap
4. Select keymap from a full list <--- when I select this, I get to a long list 
and I'm not sure what to choose - I've tried pc/.../us-american/standard but 
when I switch back to the notebook with Ctrl+Alt+F7 then all was still chinese. 
So I did a reboot. But all is still in chinese and it seems to be the 

> P.S.: I don't know how correct this information [1] is, but it explains 
> something about quoting in Yahoo Mail. Please read it.
> [1]

Thanks, and now it should be ok.

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