Re: multi-language debian
Install the language-env package.
set-language-env is the program to run.
In terms of inputing japanese, there kinput2 is the route to go. It
works great for for inputting japanese.
I am using sid, so I don't know if it has what you need in woody.
(Just starting to learn Japanese personally)
Guldo K wrote:
I'm using debian woody, localized in italian, and I'd like it to work in jap too. I mean, I can read japanese, but how can I write it too? (besides emacs, that I can already use for that)
I tried and set up a multi-language environment following chapter 9 of the debian reference, but I can't get it to work.
Do you have some advice about this?
Thank you very much,
Debian Woody 3.0