Yes, Alberto, there is, but it seems not be available in Sabayon. The problem is the language translation
. I've found on some websites, that there are multiple language versions, for linux also.
So, I've downloaded this
http://www.computerbase.de/downloads/fo ... 2ab3a1eb7c
by a link from a German website. It is a source code, you need to build it yourself with
-change to unpack directory
-execute make install (as root)
As long you don't execute make install
nothing will affect your system. In my case, everything necessary (gcc, libs, python and so on) I had intalled in earlier times, so that the process of creating scribus 1.4.4
with language support was finally successful. And I've checked, Brazilian Portuguese is offered also.
The only thing is, you should deinstall your actual scribus (with Rigo) after backup your work data. Oh, and the new executable 'scribus' is in subdirectory scribus
of your target unpacking directory, provided you won't receive errors.
I know, that is not conform to Rigo, equo or Sabyon at all, but for this case it may help you. And, without extra adoption, 'scribus' is not in your execute path (you can copy it) and there is no default symbol for 'scribus' when you search in 'Kicker' or 'Start-Menu'. But it's easy to do. You can launch 'scribus' from console as user.
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)
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