For CentOS 6.0, during installation you can select the Language option and Chinese Support. The language will be available for you to use. Go to 'System'->Preferences-> Input Meth... [by sumoo2011]
Hello, I am running Ubuntu from a DVD to see if I would like to switch to it. Being totally unfamiliar with the OS, apart from what little I've picked up since last night, I have very little knowledge of how to make things work.
My primary language is English, but I absolutely must be able to type in simplified Chinese characters, because I am learning Chinese for school.
I started to use linux mint 13 mate a few days ago. What frustrates me most is that I can't found anywhere to change my input language. In windows, it is easy, just Ctrl + Shift. How can I configure the input and switch between them? Specifically I need a Chinese Traditional Input - Quick.
I updated from 13.04 four days ago. I had English language and Spanish language keyboard options with 13.04. I lost the Spanish option after updating to 13.10. I tried to add Chinese and Spanish to 13.10 yesterday, but:
System Settings...>Language Support>(Try to add a language)>
I tried to add only Spanish today, and the same thing happened.
I use Chinese to communicate with my parents. I tried downloading a couple Chinese keyboard apps. Works fine on my phone, but when the person receives my text, they are all "question marks" that appear like "?????"
I looked through Settings>Language and Inputs>Languages and there is no Chinese. What should I do in this situation?