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I have just installed Ubuntu Gnome 13.04. I'm trying to change the language (System Settings => Region & Language), but only English is available and there is no way to add an another language in list.

I don't have enough reputation

I suppose there is an another way, and I need help :).

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Does this help you: ? – Takkat May 26 '13 at 18:03

Language Support is the easiest tool for adding languages. Do you see a Language Support icon in the System Settings menu? If not, you can do

sudo apt-get install language-selector-gnome

After that you should be able to add the desired language(s) using Language Support.

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