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I have installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and I want to make Ubuntu compatible with Arabic language Can you help me please

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    Search for Text Entry in dash. After it opened, choose Arabic as your preferred language. – Avinash Raj May 3 '14 at 1:39
  • Also: Check out other questions (and answers) with arabic tag, by right-clicking on tag (above). – david6 May 3 '14 at 1:51
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  1. اذهب إلى (Go to)

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  2. افتح (Open)

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  3. اضغط على علامة الزائد لإضافة لغة (Click on plus sign to add a language)

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  4. سوف تظهر لك اللغات (List of languages will show up)

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  5. إذا أضفت اللغة العربية سوف تجدها في القائمة الرئيسية الفوقية (If you added Arabic, you find it on the upper list)

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  6. إن لم تجد اللغة العربية في المرحلة الرابعة (If you couldn't find it in step 4)

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ثم (Done)

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ثم عد إلى المرحلة رقم 2 (Then go back to step 2)

  • Nice detailed answer. Ask Ubuntu language is English, so at least provide translation when you are obliged to use a different language. btw OP asked in English so should your answer! – user.dz Apr 9 '15 at 12:22
  • Old post and comment. But this is useful in both languages. Although I use Ubuntu in English, it helps to see instructions in both languages. The author is simply going out of his way to be more helpful. – itsols Jul 16 '18 at 13:58

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