2015-12-01 10:06 GMT+02:00 Didier Roche <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Some loco team used to have respin of the default localized ubuntu image.
> Yours truly used to have handle this quite regularly for the french loco
> team. I know that the italian and finnish locos used to do it as well (not
> sure about the current status for them). However, UEFI support made it
> complicated and so those efforts have been dropped some cycles ago as far as
> I know.
No, it was discussed at UOS  and not dropped , UEFI works, and I
added UEFI GRUB translations as well . Not sure about 16.04 LTS yet
though, there may be new hurdles hurdles to overcome. I did a quick
test run yesterday evening but somehow it seemed unbootable ("Failed
to load ldlinux.c32"), I'll need to look into it during the weekend.
Tips welcome if you know what I encountered, and also feel free to
experiment with the "script" (copy-paste commands manually in reality)
from the bzr using any xenial image as a base. I'd welcome fellow
> 1. Install full language support for those shipped on xenial image. It means
> that opening "language selector" won't request any additional package to
Thanks for adding these, my script was installing the selected English
packages manually for 14.04.x releases, since otherwise Ubuntu would
complain about them even with full Finnish support installed.
> full support for those 8 languages. This is of course a non negligeable
> image size increase. However, getting full language support for at least 8
> languages (and no additional download on install for those) seems like a
> huge increase in quality to me.
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