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2.6 Internationalization

The Debian system is internationalized and provides support for character display and entry in many languages, both within the console and under X. Many documents, manual pages, and system messages have been translated into a growing number of languages. During installation, Debian prompts the user to choose an installation language (and sometimes a local language variant).

If your installed system does not support all the language features you need, or if you need to change languages or install a different keyboard to support your language, see Localization (l10n), Section 9.7.


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