You can follow the steps from the previous guide:
- Download the translations distribution - civicrm--l10n.tar.gz - from the CiviCRM Sourceforge downloads site. This tarball contains all files for the latest available translations.
- Uncompress the tarball and you will see a directory called civicrm, containing two subdirectories called l10n and sql. The l10n directory contains a set of sub-directories named using their local codes. (Example: the Canadian French translation files will located in /civicrm/l10n/fr_CA)
- Copy this l10n directory, together with all its subdirectories into your CiviCRM codebase root directory. (note if creating the l10n folder manually it should be ell-ten-n, not capital-I-ten-n)
- For Joomla this would be site_root/administrator/components/com_civicrm/civicrm. So if you wanted the en_GB language it would look like this site_root/administrator/components/com_civicrm/civicrm/l10n/en_GB/ - For Drupal this would be site_root/sites/all/modules/civicrm. So if you wanted the en_GB language it would look like this site_root/sites/all/modules/civicrm/l10n/en_GB/
For that, you can connect via SSH to your server:
Or via FTP:
And extract the content of the languages package (http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/civicrm/civicrm-stable/4.6.11/civicrm-4.6.11-l10n.tar.gz) on
Then, you need to activate the Language modules. Go to the admin panel->Modules and enable
Content translation and
After that, you can see on Admin->Configuration->REGIONAL AND LANGUAGE->Languages all the languages.