|This directory contains the main language files available
By default FREESCO comes with the english language files built in
on the floppy disk image. The file is included here ONLY as a reference and
does NOT need to be copied to the floppy.
The "censored.tgz" language file is a basic test language comprised of "X" and
"x" for all standard alphabetical characters. The language is fully supported in
the base install and can be used just for fun or even as an extra security
measure once the system has been configured.
To install any language file just copy the language.tgz to the floppy in the
a:\router\language\ directory. You can install more than one language file at a
time. You must also copy the selected language files "syslinux.cfg" to the root
directory of the floppy replacing the existing syslinux.cfg file that is already
there. Make sure that the variable 'DLANG=english' is changed to the language
name that you want the system to use during bootup. This variable changes the
default language the system uses regardless of how many languages are installed.
All language files MUST conform to the DOS 8.3 file system requirements. So all
languages are converted to the first eight characters of the English language
name in lower case with a ".tgz" added.
If anyone converts the FREESCO language files to your own language, please
send the converted files to lewis(at)freesco.info so they can be included for
others to use.