Posted by: manchucka | January 31, 2008

Enable Chinese input in Ubuntu

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For those of you who have switched to Ubuntu and want to type in Chinese (and Korean and Japanese for that matter), simply use this guide to enable the IME. It’s as detailed as you want it to be but still easy to follow. If the sudo command makes you squeamish, there is plenty of stuff to copy and paste.

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