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Hi All,

I have installed  Red Hat Linux Advanced Server release 2.1AS/i686 (Pensacola). The current  language mode is Engling. Please show me a way to change to Japanese mode.

Thank  you very much
Phu.
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Here you have 2 good links for configuring your system to use japanese.

http://www.tlug.jp/linuxinjapan.html

http://www.tlug.jp/craigoda/writings/linux-nihongo/

/Rob
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