9.10

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala languages

Languages

Thanks to the efforts of the broad translations community around the globe, Ubuntu is available in the following 25 languages: Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish, German, Hungarian, Simplified Chinese, English, Russian, Dutch, Japanese, Portuguese, Finnish, Danish, Catalan, Czech, Polish, Korean, Bulgarian, Greek, Slovenian, Traditional Chinese, Basque and Galician.

This list represents the languages which have achieved the target of what we consider a translated operating system. However, Ubuntu is also available in many other languages with varying degrees of support, a big number of which are close to what we consider complete: Asturian, Serbian, Vietnamese, Estonian, Norwegian Bokmål, Bengali, Hebrew, Gujarati and Hindi.

Statistics

This table shows the percentage of translation of the default Ubuntu installation for each available language.

  • Translated languages: Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish, German, Hungarian, Simplified Chinese, English (United Kingdom), Russian, Dutch, Finnish, Japanese, Portuguese, Danish, Catalan, Czech, Polish, Korean, Bulgarian, Greek, Slovenian, Traditional Chinese, Basque, Galician (25)

  • Number of languages: 244

  • Last update: 2009-10-26

Language

Percentage translated

Spanish; Castilian (es)

99 %

Brazilian Portuguese (pt_BR)

96 %

French (fr)

94 %

Italian (it)

94 %

Swedish (sv)

93 %

German (de)

93 %

Hungarian (hu)

91 %

Simplified Chinese (zh_CN)

90 %

English (United Kingdom) (en_GB)

89 %

Russian (ru)

88 %

Dutch; Flemish (nl)

86 %

Finnish (fi)

86 %

Japanese (ja)

86 %

Portuguese (pt)

85 %

Danish (da)

84 %

Catalan; Valencian (ca)

84 %

Czech (cs)

83 %

Polish (pl)

83 %

Korean (ko)

83 %

Bulgarian (bg)

82 %

Greek, Modern (1453-) (el)

80 %

Slovenian (sl)

80 %

Traditional Chinese (zh_TW)

80 %

Basque (eu)

80 %

Galician (gl)

80 %

Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (ast)

79 %

Serbian (sr)

78 %

Vietnamese (vi)

77 %

Estonian (et)

73 %

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål (nb)

73 %

Bengali (bn)

72 %

Hebrew (he)

72 %

Gujarati (gu)

71 %

Hindi (hi)

71 %

Turkish (tr)

69 %

Tamil (ta)

69 %

Telugu (te)

68 %

Slovak (sk)

65 %

Nepali (ne)

62 %

Arabic (ar)

62 %

Macedonian (mk)

61 %

Dzongkha (dz)

61 %

Ukrainian (uk)

59 %

Breton (br)

58 %

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian (nn)

55 %

Esperanto (eo)

54 %

Central Khmer (km)

54 %

Lithuanian (lt)

52 %

Panjabi; Punjabi (pa)

51 %

Thai (th)

50 %

Romanian (ro)

50 %

Marathi (mr)

47 %

Croatian (hr)

46 %

Belarusian (be)

44 %

Assamese (as)

43 %

Tajik (tg)

43 %

Malayalam (ml)

40 %

Oriya (or)

40 %

Georgian (ka)

39 %

English (South Africa) (en_ZA)

38 %

Albanian (sq)

35 %

Irish (ga)

34 %

Welsh (cy)

33 %

English (Australia) (en_AU)

32 %

Kurdish (ku)

29 %

Persian (fa)

29 %

Mongolian (mn)

29 %

Kannada (kn)

29 %

Occitan (post 1500) (oc)

29 %

Afrikaans (af)

28 %

Chinese (zh_HK)

28 %

Indonesian (id)

28 %

Latvian (lv)

27 %

English (Canada) (en_CA)

27 %

Kinyarwanda (rw)

27 %

Xhosa (xh)

27 %

Bosnian (bs)

26 %

Urdu (ur)

21 %

Uzbek (uz)

20 %

Zulu (zu)

19 %

Icelandic (is)

18 %

Tsonga (ts)

17 %

Pedi; Sepedi; Northern Sotho (nso)

16 %

Malay (ms)

16 %

Sotho, Southern (st)

15 %

Swati (ss)

14 %

Ndebele, South; South Ndebele (nr)

14 %

Venda (ve)

14 %

Maithili (mai)

13 %

Sinhala; Sinhalese (si)

12 %

Azerbaijani (az)

11 %

Tswana (tn)

10 %

Pushto; Pashto (ps)

9 %

Crimean Tatar; Crimean Turkish (crh)

9 %

Norwegian (no)

8 %

Malagasy (mg)

8 %

Divehi; Dhivehi; Maldivian (dv)

7 %

Tigrinya (ti)

7 %

Uighur; Uyghur (ug)

7 %

Amharic (am)

7 %

Kazakh (kk)

6 %

Tagalog (tl)

6 %

Low German; Low Saxon; German, Low; Saxon, Low (nds)

5 %

Armenian (hy)

5 %

Kashubian (csb)

5 %

Kurdish, Central (ckb)

5 %

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz (ky)

4 %

Tatar (tt)

4 %

Burmese (my)

4 %

Faroese (fo)

4 %

Scots (sco)

4 %

Western Frisian (fy)

4 %

Luxembourgish; Letzeburgesch (lb)

4 %

Franco-Provençal (frp)

4 %

Filipino; Pilipino (fil)

4 %

Achinese (ace)

4 %

Javanese (jv)

4 %

Spanish; Castilian (Chile) (es_CL)

4 %

Spanish; Castilian (Mexico) (es_MX)

4 %

Spanish; Castilian (Argentina) (es_AR)

4 %

Lao (lo)

3 %

Romansh (rm)

3 %

Bengali (bn_BD)

3 %

English (en)

3 %

Tamil (ta_LK)

3 %

Sardinian (sc)

3 %

Maltese (mt)

3 %

Swahili (sw)

3 %

Latin (la)

3 %

Walloon (wa)

3 %

Kabyle (kab)

3 %

Cornish (kw)

3 %

Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic (gd)

3 %

Creek (mus)

3 %

Chinese, Min Nan (nan)

3 %

Oromo (om)

3 %

Haitian; Haitian Creole (ht)

3 %

Afar (aa)

3 %

Chechen (ce)

3 %

Berber languages (ber)

3 %

Lojban (jbo)

3 %

Mapudungun; Mapuche (arn)

3 %

Papiamento (pap)

3 %

Samoan (sm)

3 %

Aymara (ay)

3 %

Friulian (fur)

3 %

Bengali (bn_IN)

3 %

Limburgan; Limburger; Limburgish (li)

3 %

Corsican (co)

3 %

Braj (bra)

2 %

Piemontese (pms)

2 %

Neapolitan (nap)

2 %

Klingon; tlhIngan-Hol (tlh)

2 %

Taroko (trv)

2 %

Kölsch (ksh)

2 %

Nahuatl languages (nah)

2 %

Yiddish (yi)

2 %

Wolof (wo)

2 %

Kashmiri (ks)

1 %

Zaza; Dimili; Dimli; Kirdki; Kirmanjki; Zazaki (zza)

1 %

Turkmen (tk)

1 %

Sindhi (sd)

1 %

Syriac (syr)

1 %

Guarani (gn)

1 %

Lingala (ln)

1 %

Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association) (ia)

1 %

Lower Sorbian (dsb)

1 %

Shona (sn)

1 %

Bhojpuri (bho)

1 %

Kalaallisut; Greenlandic (kl)

1 %

Bemba (bem)

1 %

Somali (so)

1 %

Shuswap (shs)

1 %

Quechua (qu)

1 %

Baluchi (bal)

1 %

Ossetian; Ossetic (os)

1 %

Manx (gv)

1 %

Blin; Bilin (byn)

1 %

Wayuu (guc)

1 %

Tamashek (tmh)

1 %

Upper Sorbian (hsb)

1 %

Tibetan (bo)

1 %

Ojibwa (oj)

1 %

Wolaitta; Wolaytta (wal)

1 %

Inuktitut (iu)

1 %

Buriat (bua)

1 %

Marshallese (mh)

1 %

Rapanui (rap)

1 %

Avaric (av)

1 %

Sidamo (sid)

1 %

Navajo; Navaho (nv)

1 %

Sanskrit (sa)

1 %

Mandar (mdr)

1 %

Yoruba (yo)

1 %

Igbo (ig)

1 %

Tetum (tet)

1 %

Chuvash (cv)

1 %

Portuguese (pt_PT)

1 %

English (New Zealand) (en_NZ)

1 %

Ido (io)

0 %

Hausa (ha)

0 %

Maori (mi)

0 %

Northern Sami (se)

0 %

Chinese (zh)

0 %

Cebuano (ceb)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Spain) (es_ES)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Puerto Rico) (es_PR)

0 %

German (Germany) (de_DE)

0 %

English (United States) (en_US)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Venezuela) (es_VE)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Nicaragua) (es_NI)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Peru) (es_PE)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Panama) (es_PA)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Colombia) (es_CO)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Costa Rica) (es_CR)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Honduras) (es_HN)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Ecuador) (es_EC)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (El Salvador) (es_SV)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Guatemala) (es_GT)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Uruguay) (es_UY)

0 %

Spanish; Castilian (Dominican Republic) (es_DO)

0 %

English, Old (ca. 450-1100) (ang)

0 %

Moldavian; Moldovan (mo)

0 %

French (fr_FR)

0 %

Dutch; Flemish (nl_NL)

0 %

German (Austria) (de_AT)

0 %

Romany (rom)

0 %

Kalmyk; Oirat (xal)

0 %

Akan (ak)

0 %

Hiligaynon (hil)

0 %

Aragonese (an)

0 %

Ganda (lg)

0 %

Russian (ru_RU)

0 %

French, Middle (ca. 1400-1600) (frm)

0 %

Persian (fa_AF)

0 %

Silesian (szl)

0 %

Hawaiian (haw)

0 %

Pampanga; Kapampangan (pam)

0 %

Konkani (kok)

0 %

Ingush (inh)

0 %

French (fr_CA)

0 %

Sama, Central (sml)

0 %

Bashkir (ba)

0 %

Tigre (tig)

0 %


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Translations/ReleaseLanguages/9.10 (last edited 2009-10-27 08:31:42 by dpm)