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changd
Here's the situation. I'm currently running Redhat Enterprise WS4 on a very old laptop. When I installed it, i only installed English. Now I would like to add traditional chinese. Is there an easy way to do this (ie without reinstalling the whole system?) From the literature I've read, they all recommend reinstallation. That's where my second problem arises. The laptop no longer has a working CDROM or disk drive, although I am connected to the internet. Can anyone help me with a web installation (I think i've read that it's possible to do so). I've also read that web installations are for the linux savvy, while I'm definately a newbie. But I'm desperate...

any input would help! thanks!
michaelk
I do not have any experience trying to install different languages so I do not know if a reninstall is necessary.

It seems fairly straight foward.
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterpr...angsupport.html
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