LANGUE.SYS (\FBB\SYSTEM). This file is in the SYSTEM-directory. You do not need to change this file for the first startups. First there are 3 numbers. The text in the file explains how to use them. Next there is a list of all available languages. These names must be the same names as used in the .TXT and .HLP files in the directory called LANG. So, there must be an ENGLISH.TXT and ENGLISH.HLP there, if ENGLISH is in LANGUE.SYS file. After some comment-lines, there is a long list of prefixes, and the corresponding number of language that each user will be presented with for his first connect. The user himself, can change language later with OL- command in the BBS. Remember, only the "Number in PC at the time" decides how much memory the languages will use. All languages will be available anyway, but if more then (in this case) 4 are in use at the same time, the BBS will swap the less used language to disk, and load a new one from disk. # # File that decides what language each user will use in the first # connect. He can change language himself later... # All prefixes not listed here, will receive language no 1 (english). # 3 parametres : # How many languages - How many in PC at the time - Console-language. # 17 4 1 # ENGLISH NORSK NORSK8 FRANCAIS SVENSKA SVENSKA8 DANSK DANSK8 SUOMI PORTUGUE ITALIANO DEUTSCH CATALA ESPAGNOL NEDERLAN RUSSE HRVATSKI # # 1 : English # 2 : Norwegian (7-bits) # 3 : Norwegian 8-bit # 4 : French # 5 : Swedish (7-bits) # 6 : Swedish 8-bit # 7 : Danish # 8 : Danish 8-bit # 9 : Finnish # 10: Portugues # 11: Italian # 12: German # 13: Catalan # 14: Spanish # 15: Dutch # 16: Russian # 17: Croatian # CT* 10 CU* 10 C3* 13 DU* 1 D* 12 EI* 1 E* 14 F* 4 9A* 17 etc. etc.