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display chinese font in firefox browser

Posted on 2008-10-18
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HI,

I'm running fedora 5 linux and is using firefox browser . However, after I try to access some chinese web page. I can't read the chinese character. It just shows me with some block type of images.

I have tried view --> character Encoding--> Chinese(GB2312) and all the other options, but the display are still blocks...

Anything that I'm missing?
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Try the following command:

yum groupinstall chinese-support
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