I apologize for this post (posted on the stable 32-bit LXDE section), but I cannot post (I don't know why) in the PCLinuxOS 64-bit Testing Section.
But this problem is important, I think. So I am posting here. Please, move this thread into the right Section. Thank you!
I'm have under test some PCLinuxOS 64-bit version: officials and unofficials.
Exactly, they are:
1) the PCLinuxOS64 LXDE-mini test
2) the PCLinuxOS64 XFCE Phoenix Joble Edition Beta
3) the ZEN-mini 64-bit test2 (that's unofficial, if I remember right)
4) the PClinuxOS64 LXDE RC1
All my testing PCLinuxOS64 works good enough, of course.
But, on my new PCLinuxOS64 LXDE RC1 installation, I have a serius problem: the Localization Manager don't work at all!
I am italian, so I need to localizate in italian language all my Systems.
Previus version of Add-Locale (64-bit) had working good, so... my previous installations are in italian language.
But the last Add-Locale package don't work at all, so it is NON possible, for me, to localize (in italian language) my PCLinuxOS64 LXDE RC1 fresh installation.
When I attempt to use the Localization Manager, a window appear:
The repository in Synaptic is not configured properly.
"Please start Synaptic and follow these steps:
1. Go to 'Settings -> Repositories' and ensure to have only
one (1) repository enabled having the sections:
2. Click the button 'Reload' at the top left,
3. Click the button 'Mark All Upgrades',
4. Click the button 'Apply' to fully update your system,
5. After Synaptic has finished, close Synaptic and run
... and I are forced to exit, of course.
Logically, I have only ONE Repository in my Synaptic (the italian GARR Repository, of course, due I live in Italy). And my System is fully updated: I'm sure of this.
I try to use one OTHER Repository (Heanet, Nluug and other: only one for time, of course!), but never change: the Add-Locale don't work at all.
Is workig (and work good!) the LibreOffice Manager (so, I have installed the LibreOffice package in italian language without problems). But there is a problem in the Add-Locale package, I think.
More: I have read (on the other "Testing Forum", on Google) that an other tester (he are testing and have installed the PCLinuxOS64 KDE test5 ISO) have my problem, identical: his Localizzation Manager don't work, so he cannot localize his System.
I think is needing, maybe, a new Add-locale 64-bit version, but YOU are more expert than me about this, of course.
Thank you very much for your time, your good work and your attention.