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This is a visible problem for non-English language settings. This is because the language and font settings are displayed in the local language when first installed. After installation, you can change the default language setting to English and change the folder value to English. If your local language settings are correct, this will not be a problem with your graphical (GUI) settings. It has some inconveniences in the text environment, and it has common symptoms in Linux as well.

In case of gui, you can express the folder status or other state language correctly by installing the correct language font in your country.

This is a visible problem for non-English language settings. This is because the language and font settings are displayed in the local language when first installed. After installation, you can change the default language setting to English and change the folder value to English. If your local language settings are correct, this will not be a problem with your graphical (GUI) settings. It has some inconveniences in the text environment, and it has common symptoms in Linux as well.

This is a visible problem for non-English language settings. This is because the language and font settings are displayed in the local language when first installed.

In case of gui, you can express the folder status or other state language correctly by installing the correct language font in your country.

This is a visible problem for non-English language settings. This is because the language and font settings are displayed in the local language when first installed. After installation, you can change the default language setting to English and change the folder value to English. If your local language settings are correct, this will not be a problem with your graphical (GUI) settings. It has some inconveniences in the text environment, and it has common symptoms in Linux as well.