The language pack file name is in the following format:
â¢la_LO represents the two letter language code and two letter locale code
â¢A, B, C, and D represent the version number. The first three numbers (A, B, and C) in the version for the language pack file must be the same as the first three numbers (A, B, and C) in the version for the system.
For example, the language pack file for Australian English is called CUMPE_LanguagePack_en_AU-126.96.36.199.bin.
Step 1 Go to Cisco.com and find the language pack file.
Step 2 Save the file to a convenient location.
Step 3 From the console, go to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express operating system login page and log in as the user called root. See the Configuration and Maintenance Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Release 2.x for complete information about logging in to the console.
Step 4 Right-click on the desktop and select New Terminal. This brings up the command line.
Step 5 Navigate to the directory where you saved the language pack.
Step 6 Enter sh CUMPE_LanguagePack_la_LO-A.B.C.D.bin to execute the program (where CUMPE_LanguagePack_la_LO-A.B.C.D.bin is the actual name of the language pack file).
The GUI displays the Introduction page.
Step 7 The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express installer displays the licensing agreement. After reading the licensing agreement, select I accept the terms of the License Agreement and click Install.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express installer installs the language pack and restarts the system.
Step 8 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express and click Administration.
Step 9 Go to System Configuration > Usage Configuration.
Step 10 Click the arrow next to the Language 1 field to see the languages available on the system.
Step 11 Add the extra language in the Language 1, Language 2, Language 3, or Language 4 fields.
Step 12 If necessary, create profiles that use the new language. All text is immediately available in the newly installed language.
Step 13 To activate the voice prompts for the newly installed language, do the following:
a. Log in as the mpxadmin user. For information about logging in and using the command line interface (CLI), see the Configuration and Maintenance Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Release 2.x.
b. Change to the root user by entering su - and the root user password.
c. Go to the CLI and enter mpx_sys restart
The new language is now completely activated. If you create new profiles that use this language, you do not need to restart the system.
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