Running CB11, works great in my Samsung N150 Notebook.I like to be able to input Korean fonts on occasion. I am unclear how this is done on Waldorf.would appreciate terminal or synaptic suggestions.gychang
on 08/06/2012 – Made popular on 08/06/2012
When I had Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Edition installed on this machine, I used IBus to switch input methods among English, Japanese, and Korean. When I updated to Lubuntu 12.04, however, IBus won't do that.
I recently installed Korean fonts as well as ibus/ibus-hangul so that I can type Korean. I noticed that in Firefox the Korean font looks relatively normal and appropriate... but in Chromium the font is hideous. In Libreoffice the default Korean font is droid sans (fallback) and everytime I choose a different korean font it will not switch to the one I choose... instead keeping the default active.
Hello crunchbangers again, I wanted to add a korean keyboard-layout using IBUS. After following tutorials like this one ( http://askubuntu.com/questions/81553/ho … n-keyboard ) Enigmail suddenly didn't work anymore (always "bad passphrase" signing a message even without asking for a passphrase).
I think ibus is the best input method but it can only be installed via ccr or Chakra put it to extra.I like also fcitx bur for typing Japanese Korean and Chinese ibus is much more better.I am hoping to see ibus and ibus-gtk support on the extra repo.
I have a netbook that I need to lend out, will get it back in few weeks.I have CB11 Waldorf working to my liking with all apps and keyboard shortcuts, mostly all custom setup.Is there a way to backup and restore easily?gychang
I'm running 32-bit 13.10 on a laptop with 2 GiB of RAM.
I'm having issues switching Keyboard Input. My computer uses a US English QWERTY layout by default and I want to enable Korean input. I have Korean language installed via System Settings > Country/Region & Language.