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dnf.plugin.langpacks: DNF langpacks plugin

NAME

dnf.langpacks.plugin - DNF langpacks plugin

SYNOPSIS

dnf [command] [package ...]

DESCRIPTION

dnf-langpacks is a plugin for dnf to install language packs. This plugin provides various commands.

commands available are:
* langavailable [language1] [language2] [...]
This command allows user to find if language support is available for the given input languages.


* langinfo [language1] [language2] [...]
This command will show the user what packages will get installed by a given input languages.


* langlist
This command will show the user what languages are already installed(enabled) on the system.


* langinstall [language1] [language2] [...]
This command will install the given input languages. If no input language is given then this
command will try to add any missing language packages for all enabled languages on the system.


* langremove [language1] [language2] [...]
This command will remove the given input languages.


This plugin also provide option to enable additional languages. Just add locale code to langpacks_locale config item in /etc/dnf/plugins/langpacks.conf

EXAMPLES


To check if langpacks are available for language codes de, hi and language names Japanese and Portuguese (Brazil).
dnf langavailable de "Japanese" hi "Portuguese (Brazil)"


To check what packages will get installed for language codes de, hi and language names Japanese and Portuguese (Brazil).
dnf langinfo de "Japanese" hi "Portuguese (Brazil)"


To check what languages are already installed on your system.
dnf langlist


To install the languages for language codes de, hi and language names Japanese and Portuguese (Brazil).
dnf langinstall de "Japanese" hi "Portuguese (Brazil)"


To remove the languages for language codes de, hi and language names Japanese and Portuguese (Brazil).
dnf langremove de "Japanese" hi "Portuguese (Brazil)"

NOTES


These commands accept language codes or language names or mix of them as a input.
General usage for end users is like this:
1) Use langavailable command to see if required language support is available.
2) Use langinfo command to know what packages will get installed.
3) Use langlist to know if you have required language already installed or not.
4) Use langinstall to install any new available language.
5) Or Use langremove to remove any installed language.

AUTHOR

Parag Nemade

BUGS

Please report any bugs in Red Hat bugzilla, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora

SEE ALSO

dnf (8)