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Debian Gives Linux a Bhutanese Touch

CIO India carries a story about the new Debian-based distribution to be used in Bhutan – Dzongkha Linux. Yet another example of Debian's universal possibilities.
CIO India is here, but their article is a copy of the one found at Computerworld.com

Quote:

The Woody installer, which came out in 2002, supported 16 languages and Sarge which came out in 2005 supported 42 languages. Etch, the current version in development which is due out in December can be installed in 63 languages.

It is also announced here at debian-publicity

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