February 27, 2008

Language Support Installation On Linux

To install additional language support from the Languages group, use Pirut via Applications Add/Remove Software, or run this command:

su -c 'yum groupinstall {language}-support'
ex) bash-3.00# su -c 'yum groupinstall korean-support

In the command above, {language} is one of assamese, bengali, chinese, gujarati, hindi, japanese, kannada, korean, malayalam, marathi, oriya, punjabi, sinhala, tamil, thai, or telegu.

Users upgrading from earlier releases of Fedora are strongly recommended to install scim-bridge-gtk, which works well with 3rd party C++ applications linked against older versions of libstdc++.

To add SCIM support to input a particular language, install scim-lang-LANG, where LANG is one of assamese, bengali, chinese, dhivehi, farsi, gujarati, hindi, japanese, kannada, korean, latin, malayalam, marathi, oriya, punjabi, sinhalese, tamil, telugu, thai, or tibetan.

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