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About this Document

This is the main article on the internationalisation in ArchLinux. It should offer an explaination on how to work with any supported language in ArchLinux.

OpenI18N Diagram:
http://www.openi18n.org/images/openi18n_diagram.png

Fonts

For the list of available font packages in ArchLinux see the Fonts article.

Locales

See Locale Naming

Input Methods

outside X-server

The KEYMAP variable in /etc/rc.conf makes the keyboard to change the keymap.

inside X-server

X Input Method

GTK Immodule

  • scim with the socket FrontEnd module binds to the GTK Im-Module

QT Immodule (> QT 4.0.0)

  • scim with the socket FrontEnd module binds to the QT Im-Module

External Resources