Re: multi-language debian
Hum, I am using a SID too, and i can manage to input japanese, although i am
wondering whether it is possible to input some *anywhere*.
I mean, can i input Japanese somewhere else that in my mlterm, such as in
xchat or even mozilla? Because i feel tired to copy/paste everytime i have to
write in Japanese.
And moreover, whenever i input some, i have to have my text SJIS so that
windows users can read it.
Did i misconfigured my system?
As a student in Japanese, i d really like to be able to input/show/print
Kinput2 and canna
and a big dirty mix of utf8/SJIS/ja_JP.eucJP in my locales and env :/
On Sunday 25 May 2003 14:00, Matthew Tippett wrote:
> 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:
> > Hello :-)
> > 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,
> > Guldo
> > Linux 2.4.20
> > Debian Woody 3.0
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