On Friday 13 May 2005 21:32, Michael Stefaniuc wrote:
Daniel Yacob wrote:
> Thanks for the response. I am familiar with using po files in general,
> but as part of an installation process I think that there must be more
> involved. Since the installer runs from a CD, the anaconda and associated
> POs and fonts have to be burned onto the disk with the other setup files.
> Or, can anaconda be safely run in a testing mode from a hard disk to
> evaluate translations? What would the right invocation?
Afaik anaconda has such a mode, the anaconda developers use it themself
to develop/test anaconda. You may want to check the anaconda documentation.
something like this
anaconda --test --method=<rawhide-url> --graphical
for a even better test you can make an update disk (put your translation in
for NFS installs you can put it in <installroot>/RHupdates/po
(details in german here: http://www.linuxwiki.org/Anaconda/UpdateDiskette