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How to change my Ubuntu setup in Bengali language ? I want every menu, every text to be in Bengali.

Once I had a very old version of Fedora which had this feature, but I can't find it in Ubuntu.

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migrated from Feb 26 '13 at 17:56

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You may have a look in the Language support app (accessible from Unity).

Then select Install / Remove Languages Choose Bengali in the list.

And finally, put Bengali at the top of the list in Language for menus and windows.

And click on Apply System-Wide.

Along the process, some packages should be installed.

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Just one more question - How to make the font size bigger ? Default Bengali font is too small. – Ayan Don Feb 26 '13 at 14:55
@Ayan Don: Please have a look at these applications. – fitojb Feb 27 '13 at 8:18

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