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Asian Language Input Method at Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

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Hi!   Everyone,

I am running Ubuntu 10.04 wonderfully for a month, and need to find out how to use Japanese, Chinese, Korean Input Method.     I am familiar about them in Fedora Core Linux, and now I need to learn how to do in Ubuntu.   Thank you for your help!    

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Did you try "System > Administration > Language Support"?
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Can you specify if your question is about installation of the languages or about the actual inputting method?
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You install languages from Adminstration - Languages. Afterwards you should get the concerned input method/language selector on the task bar. From there you select Chinese, etc.
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Hi!  bz43 and ppblue,

I will try your comments now.   One moment.
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Thanks, great!   They were downloaded via WiFi and and installed.
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glad you got it working!
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