Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux

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Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux

This is Step By Step, Frame By Frame Instructions How To Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux Mint 12 Lisa.

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In other Linux operating systems, this process is almost similar, the appearance can may be a little different looking.

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First you need to add the languages packages, then add new users.

Open Menu, System Tools, and click System Settings.

Add the different language packages, click on Language Support.Add the different language packages, click on Language Support.

Click Install / Remove Languages…Click Install / Remove Languages…

Select the language you want to install, When a language is installed, individual users can choose it in their Language settings, we install here Italian and Spanish, click Apply Changes. it ask again for your password.Select the language you want to install, When a language is installed, individual users can choose it in their Language settings, we install here Italian and Spanish, click Apply Changes. it ask again for your password.

Applying changes, Downloading and Install the language packages. When ready, shut down the language window, and move back to System Settings.Applying changes, Downloading and Install the language packages. When ready, shut down the language window, and move back to System Settings.

Add new user, Click on the User Accounts icon.  All Linux operating systems are considered multi-user systems, because they support separate user accounts with different levels of access privilege.Add new user, Click on the User Accounts icon.

All Linux operating systems are considered multi-user systems, because they support separate user accounts with different levels of access privilege.

During installation and when you choose the option, Log in automatically.  First Unlock to make changes.During installation and when you choose the option, Log in automatically.

First Unlock to make changes.

Authentication is required to change user data, enter your passwords and click Authenticate.Authentication is required to change user data, enter your passwords and click Authenticate.

Click on the left bottom corner. Create a user. Here you can change the settings what you made during the installation process, so it asks for a password when you log in to the system, That is, other users could then logging directly to the right account when they start up the computer. Login Options, switch Automatic Login to OFF.Click on the left bottom corner. Create a user. Here you can change the settings what you made during the installation process, so it asks for a password when you log in to the system, That is, other users could then logging directly to the right account when they start up the computer. Login Options, switch Automatic Login to OFF.

Give the account a name, In the Account Type select the level of access privilege, Standard or Administrator, Click create, it ask again for your password.Give the account a name, In the Account Type select the level of access privilege, Standard or Administrator, Click create, it ask again for your password.

First click on the new user, second click on Account disabled.First click on the new user, second click on Account disabled.

Give the new user a password, confirm it, and click Change, it ask again for your password.Give the new user a password, confirm it, and click Change, it ask again for your password.

Change Language for this user from English to Spanish.Change Language for this user from English to Spanish.

When you have added all the users, shut down all windows and restart your computer.When you have added all the users, shut down all windows and restart your computer.

Login with new user, type password and hit Enter.Login with new user, type password and hit Enter.

Logged in with new user and Language on the desktop.Logged in with new user and Language on the desktop.

Go  back to System Settings and Language Support, Regional Formats, Change the default region to yours to get display numbers, date and currency amounts to the right format, click also Apply System-Wide. The changes take effect only after a restart of the systemGo  back to System Settings and Language Support, Regional Formats, Change the default region to yours to get display numbers, date and currency amounts to the right format, click also Apply System-Wide. The changes take effect only after a restart of the system

Move back to the System Settings where you can also check keyboards layouts, format and language.  This is how to Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux Mint 12 LisaMove back to the System Settings where you can also check keyboards layouts, format and language.

This is how to Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux Mint 12 Lisa

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1 comment for “Change Language Keyboard And Users In Linux

  1. Nelson Deshotel
    18/01/2012 at 9:09

    My Mint 11 (Asus N43S) computer is in THAI already, but I still dont know how to switch the keyboard with a shortcut so I can just type in THAI. Please help. Thanks. Ubuntu was easier on this.

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