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Chapter 3. Identifying Your Locale

If the installation system fails to identify the display hardware on your computer, it displays text screens rather than the default graphical interface. The text screens provide the same functions as the standard screens. Later in the installation process you can manually specify your display hardware.

[Important] Network Installations

Network installations with HTTP and FTP always use text screens on systems with less than 128Mb of memory.

3.1. Language Selection

The installation program displays a list of languages supported by Fedora.

	    Language selection screen.

Figure 3.1. Language Selection Screen

Highlight the correct language on the list and select Next .

[Note] Installing Support For Additional Languages

To select support for additional languages, customize the installation at the package selection stage. For more information, refer to Section 10.3, “Additional Language Support”.

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