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Old 08-25-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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Support Chinese in fedora 17, and Chinese input software

Hey, all~

I have just switched my OS from Windows 7 to fedora, I am quite a green hand,
1)when I install the fedora 17 I did not installed the Chinese language support, is there anyway to download the language package and install it ?

2) How can I input Chinese in fedora, after installed the Chinese language package do I still need to install some software to do this ?

Thank you very much in advance~
let's enjoy all the bests in fedora!!
Old 08-25-2012, 12:28 PM   #2
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hi guys, I have just solved the problem~
1) download Chinese language pkt
select fedora 17, then download the one for fedora~

2) yum install $pktname

3) logout and login, done!
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