I have just upgraded Ubuntu from 13.04 to 13.10. It seems Ibus have been made big changes.Then I just go to system setting -> text entry settings -> add "Chinese pinyin" and "Japanese anty" input method. It works well when I input Chinese or Japanese in terminal or .txt file. But when I want to input Chinese and Japanese in Emacs.
Opera Software on Tuesday released the first beta for version 10.53 of its Opera browser for Linux and FreeBSD. The latest beta release uses its own toolkit called Quick, and as such, there are no dependencies on GTK or Qt/KDE, so it can run on just about any version of Linux.
There are quite a number of older or non-answered threads on this:http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=229977
But how DO I enable F20 to unlock my keyring in one swift swip
When displaying japanese text in a textview, android defaults to using a chinese font, showing the wrong characters, exemplified here. Setting the locale to japanese works on the emulator, but doesn't work on my galaxy s3, probably because it doesn't support Japanese.
Opera Software has finally managed to reach the beta stage with the latest version of its, to a degree, popular web browser for Linux. Opera 10.53 Beta 1 has been launched for Linux and FreeBSD, the first release of a somewhat stable build. While Opera 10.5x has been available on Windows for a couple of months, Linux users have been left out. Opera 10.53 Beta ...
I would like to automate the installation of FreeBSD 8.2 for a project I'm working on. I know the answer to every question in the standard installation, so even a script that just pushes keystrokes would be acceptable. All clues appreciated.
FWIW, I tried this question on the FreeBSD fora (http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=23906) but only got one response that didn't solve the problem.