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 Post subject: Multilanguage version of UBCD.
PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 6:43 am 
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I do an example, how to do multikanguage version of UBCD.
First, download the French language files from there.
Then, unpack the all files from menus directory to new directory, we call it frmenus.
Then, if you using the custom section, and you not know french, change the line 27 to: print " [F5] Utilitaires definis par l'utilisateur (EN) " .
And replace the cdshell.ini text to:
Code:
cls
print "1. French --- 2. English"

#
# Actions
#
getkey
clear
if ($lastKey == key[1]); then goto french
if ($lastKey == key[2]); then goto english
goto bootcd2

french:
keymap /boot/keymaps/fr.ktl
cd menus
goto load

english:
cd menus
goto load

load:
set expert = 0
set x0 = " "
set x1 = "*"
script main.scn


If someone can contribute languages, then I accept! :-) (i'm using 3.4, and customized programs)


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:16 am 
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I think you are right guys! :)


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Good topic! Very useful :):)


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 Post subject: Hello from a French user :-)
PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 11:07 pm 
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Sorry but for me : it's :

french:
keymap /boot/keymaps/fr.ktl
cd frmenus
goto load

if you have yours french's menus in frmenus

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 11:42 pm 
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Yep, sorry...
If someone add a language, that would be cool! (maybe i add Polish)
And i wanna to do Ultimate Boot DVD! (for myself) I will public what i add...


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 Post subject: Re: Multilanguage version of UBCD.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 5:04 am 
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spacemx wrote:
I do an example, how to do multikanguage version of UBCD.
First, download the French language files from there.


Excuse me but this link isn't valid and I want to create an italian version.
How?

Thx.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:23 am 
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File was probably removed due to it being for an outdated version.

There is a french translation of UBCD 4 if you want to have a look at how it's made, but ... you will not get "the modified files", it's published as a xdelta to patch an existing ISO.

See here : viewtopic.php?t=874

Edit : Still, you may compare the 2 ISO's files using md5summer by generating md5 for the contents of the translation and "verifying" the contents of the original for example, then you know which files have been added / modified ...

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How to create xdelta file?

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Max_ita wrote:
How to create xdelta file?


Up.

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How to create xdelta file?


Download xdelta.exe.

At the command line, type:

Code:
xdelta delta original.iso changed.iso file.xdelta


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