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How do I install new language in Kubuntu 13.10? I've chosen Poland as my country but only English language is available. I've already tried to search for "kde-l10n" in Muon (software center) but it found nothing.

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Should be: KDE System Settings > Locale > Languages

Pick the Polish and move it to the right

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There should be password query and the installation should start

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At here, this is installing: calligra-l10n-pl, firefox-locale-pl, kde-l10n-pl, language-pack-pl, language-pack-pl-base.

Viewed from the dpkg.log:

grep install /var/log/dpkg.log

If the 'Available Languages' is empty you could try with the command:

sudo apt-get install calligra-l10n-pl firefox-locale-pl kde-l10n-pl language-pack-pl language-pack-pl-base
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