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Translation sync109:17, 15 March 2021
Show translations316:28, 19 May 2018

Translation sync

Hi. Can we sync about integration of translations with LibreMesh? I want to make sure it's still working, and we can discuss things like using our pull request feature.

Nike (talk)11:08, 9 March 2021

I am removing Chef per https://github.com/libremesh/chef/issues/88. The other components are now under scrutiny too and would appreciate your help.

Nike (talk)09:17, 15 March 2021

Show translations

Hello.How do we show translations (Change the language) in LibreMesh?Thank you

ديفيد (talk)09:14, 17 May 2018

Hi ديفيد, I don't know quite what you mean, so here are a few things that might help:

Does this answer your question?

Pato (talk)17:36, 18 May 2018

No, I mean show translations on LibreMesh itself

ديفيد (talk)06:52, 19 May 2018

To change the LibreMesh web interface language:

  1. Connect to a router running LibreMesh (or a virtual machine running LibreMesh).
  2. Access the LibreMesh web interface, called LuCI, at www.thisnode.info.
  3. Login by going to the bottom of the page and clicking "Administration". The default setting is username "root" and no password.
  4. Using the menu at the top of the page, go to System > System.
  5. On the system page, click on the "Language and Style" tab.
  6. Change the language from "auto" to your desired language.
  7. At the bottom of the page, click "Save & Apply".
  8. Click on a different menu item and the page will load in your selected language.

Currently the only languages enabled in LibreMesh are English and Spanish. In the next week or so we'll include the new translations. If you want to include them now, then you can build and compile the LibreMesh firmware using your own copies of new translation files, though I don't know yet how to edit the language selection menu (waiting for answer from developers).

Pato (talk)16:28, 19 May 2018