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# select a language you want to use
 
# select a language you want to use
 
# Log out and log in again.
 
# Log out and log in again.
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# '''Note:-''' this only changes root user language.
 
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The expected language should be available on the desktop.
 
The expected language should be available on the desktop.

Latest revision as of 14:58, 28 July 2014

Description

This test case is to check the language switch on the desktop.


How to test

  • If the display manager supports switching language, do it there.
  • For GNOME3:
  1. Log into the desktop
  2. Click on the toolbox icon from the system status menu on the upper right corner or run gnome-control-center from Activity or Terminal.
  3. Click on Region & Language
  4. Click Language column and select a language you want to use.
  5. You should get a notification to log out, otherwise press Alt-F2 and run gnome-session-quit.
  6. Log in again
  • In other cases:
  1. Install system-config-language if not installed
  2. run system-config-language
  3. select a language you want to use
  4. Log out and log in again.
  5. Note:- this only changes root user language.

Expected Results

The expected language should be available on the desktop.