Local language support

Our worldwide network of local community (LoCo) teams provides a strong backbone to the Ubuntu community.

Many of these teams offer free, face-to-face local support, such as one-to-one troubleshooting, group sessions, and presentations about Ubuntu. Visit the full list of LoCo teams for more information.

Non-English support

Mailing lists and support channels on IRC exist for Ubuntu users who speak languages other than English. You are welcome to join one of these or start your own.

An important part of the Ubuntu manifesto is the ability to use your software in your local language. That's why we strive to provide Ubuntu in many languages. You can help create and improve these translations.

If you want to start a local team or join an existing one, visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoTeams

Contents

  1. Arabic
  2. Bengali (Bangladesh)
  3. Brazilian
  4. Catalan
  5. Czech
  6. Chinese
  7. Croatian
  8. Dutch
  9. Finnish
  10. French
  11. German
  12. Greek
  13. Hebrew
  14. India (any Indian language)
  15. Indonesian
  16. Italian
  17. Japanese
  18. Korean
  19. Kurdish
  20. Persian (Iran)
  21. Portuguese
  22. Romanian
  23. Russian
  24. Slovak
  25. Spanish
  26. Swedish
  27. Tamil
  28. Turkish
  29. Urdu (Pakistan)

Bengali (Bangladesh)

Brazilian

Catalan

Czech

Chinese

Croatian

Dutch

Finnish

French

German

Greek

Cyprus


Greece

 

Hebrew

 

Arabic

Algeria

Egypt


Jordan


Morocco


Saudi Arabia


Tunisia


Yemen

 

India (any Indian language)

 

Indonesian

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Korean

 

Kurdish

 

Persian (Iran)

 

Portuguese

 

Romanian

 

Russian

 

Slovak

 

Spanish

General

Argentina

Chile

 

Swedish

 

Tamil

 

Turkish

 

Urdu (Pakistan)