Input Chinese in LinuxEnsure you have configured your linux environemnt
- SCIM (Smart Common Input Method) (check their old page for support i.e. if you need help for OpenOffice)
- Xcin : xcin is a xim server to perform Chinese input under X. [DEFUNCT]
- XA+CV : Xcin Anywhere, makes that xcin can be used in programs that ar not xim compatible.
- Minichinput and magicchinput are based on chinput.
- UNICON is a Linux kernel enhancement and user-level input software made by TurboLinux.
- Smart Common Input Method platform : is a development platform to make Input Method developers live easier
You need to install Chinese fonts (see above for more information), LaTeX and Chinese LaTex-macro's. You can use you favorite editor (i.e. gvim) as an editor or you can use an GUI-based program like LyX (there is a CJK enabled version of LyX called CJK-LyX, see below for a link).
- the macro's are in a package called cjk-latex for
- the macro's are in a package called CJK for
Fedora/redhat (Thanks to Brian Tung for the link)
RedHat [part of CLE - DISCONTINUED]
- CTEX (Chinese)
- CJK-Lyx is now merged into LyX. However it is recommended to set up and use unicode in LyX