I inherited a dell mini!, running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
The problem is that the language is set to Vietnamese so I can't use it properly.
When I change the language priority to having English as first priority it won't save my changes and logging out then in again I am still stuck in Vietnamese.
If I try to un-install the Vietnamese language pack it say that the setupid permission is invalid. I can't seem to change this vis terminal.
I tried to change the language via terminal but it gave me Vietnamese error messages which I can't read.
I then tried to reset Ubuntu to it's factory settings with: rm -rf .gnome .gnome2 .gconf .gconfd .metacity but it didn't do anything and nothing happened when I logged back in.
Please help me if you can because I can't use Ubuntu in a foreign language!