Well, for those wondering where this tome is going, here�s the news peg. Red Hat, the largest distributor of Linux in the world, has unveiled its Enterprise Linux Version 4 in Punjabi.
I guess Punjabi is one language that is spoken in both countries, Pakistan and India. Urdu and Hindi sound alike but are written differently. I can speak Hindi and Urdu, but cant write Hindi. I'm assuming Punjabi is written the same way though. Urdu has alphabets that are derived from persian and arabic. Hindi alphabets are sanskrit. Or so I've been told. I wish there was an Urdu version of Linux.