When I start ubuntu, I see a list of all languages. I choose Marathi and expect to see marathi interface for libre office and other applications. The UI is still english.

I have added a bug here...


I will like to know what else can I do to fix this.

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    @GunnarHjalmarsson Okay, close vote retracted based on your answer. – user68186 Sep 1 '15 at 15:54

Marathi should work in LibreOffice. Possibly, based on your description, you haven't installed the required language support packages. The easiest way to check it out is to open System Settings -> Language Support. Then, if there are missing language support packages, you'll be prompted to install them. Just accept that.

In particular I think it's the libreoffice-l10n-mr package which needs to be installed.

  • Thanks. Is there similar package for firefox? – shantanuo Sep 2 '15 at 16:31
  • @shantanuo: Yes, firefox-locale-mr. It should have been installed if you did as I suggested above. – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Sep 2 '15 at 16:51

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