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Re: Good CJK distro
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- Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 11:41:00 -0500
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Can anyone recommend a Linux distribution that handles Chinese, Japanese and Korean well? I have tried some of the "localized" versions (e.g. CLE, Chinese Linux Extensions), but they made other languages break. I am currently using Mandrake and recompiling various things myself. It seems that the Mandrake folks are trying to make a multi-language distribution, but they are not quite there.... Is Debian any better? ------ Turbolinux is good for J, and they claim good C and K support as well. If you don't mind English man pages, etc., Emacs/Mule with almost any distribution (I use Slackware) is the path of least resistance, even if you have to learn Emacs from scratch. Good luck! Chris
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