i solved my own problem by installing xfs-tt and fonts off apt...
however how do i make xfs-tt server run automatically at startup? since
it doesnt start automatically when i boot up.|
Lee Braiden wrote:
On Tuesday 19 April 2005 19:09, brandon wrote:Hi, does anyone know any webpages with tutorials or guides on getting japanese to display correctly in nautilus/inputting japanese for debian sid? thank youAs I understand it, nautilus should handle it pretty easily, if you have the right fonts installed, and haven't messed with the default fonts in nautilus. It's all unicode-based now, and the default fonts map in unicode symbols as and when required, I think, so it should just work, as long as you're not using a different encoding. You might want to check out UIM, SCIM, or IIIMF for CJK input. Or perhaps some combination of those.