Setup Kubuntu Linux 7 10 With Chinese Support
  1. Install Chinese Language Support
    1. System Settings -> Regional & Language
    2. Click "Install New Lanaguage" button, then select "Chinese"
  2. Select System Language
    1. System Settings -> Regional & Language
    2. Click "Select System Language"
    3. Tick "Enable support for complex characters"
  3. Enable language-selector.conf
    • sudo fontconfig-voodoo -f -s zh_CN
  4. Use Windows XP Fonts
    • su
    • cd /usr/share/fonts; mkdir WinXP
    • cp /media/sda1/WINDOWS/Fonts/cour*.ttf ./
    • cp /media/sda1/WINDOWS/Fonts/tahoma*.ttf ./
    • cp /media/sda1/WINDOWS/Fonts/cour*.ttf ./
    • cp /media/sda1/WINDOWS/Fonts/simsun.ttc ./
    • chmod 644 *
    • fc-cache -fv
    • vi /etc/fonts/language-selector.conf (see attached)
    • "System Settings" -> "Appearance" -> Fonts
      • change all "Sans Serif" to "Tahoma"
      • Use anti-aliasing: Disabled
  5. Logout, then Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to restart kdm.
  6. Install Restricted Software Packages
    • sudo aptitude install ubuntu-restricted-extras
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