=0AHi friends,=0A I am one of the fellow working software localization.=
=0A =0A while I tried to view the tuxpaint in tamil (in linux env.) as pe=
r the spec. given like=0A =0A tuxpaint --lang tamil=0A=0A I am not able =
to understand the contents which looks like as =0A=0A "=A6=C5=FB=A8=C7!" =
instead of showing like white.=0A=0A how can I overcome this.=0A=0A can a=
nybody help me reg. the same.=0A=0A Thanks in adv.=0A=0A Arputharaj with =
reg.=0A =0A =20
From: Bill Kendrick <nbs@so...> - 2006-08-18 19:45:36
On Fri, Aug 18, 2006 at 12:24:09PM -0000, Arputharaj Ramanathan wrote:
> Hi friends,
> I am one of the fellow working software localization.
> while I tried to view the tuxpaint in tamil (in linux env.) as per th=
e spec. given like
> tuxpaint --lang tamil
> I am not able to understand the contents which looks like as=20
> "?=C5=FB?=C7!" instead of showing like white.
> how can I overcome this.
> can anybody help me reg. the same.
Hi! Can you confirm whether your Linux environment actually has Tamil
I had trouble using Tux Paint in Japanese recently, but then I realized
I had installed a new distro (Ubuntu, to replace my Debian system), and
hadn't told it to support Japanese.
On Debian Linux, I used to use the "dpkg-reconfigure locales" command, as=
I forget what I had to do under Ubuntu. (I think I had to run "locale"
followed by the various locales I wanted supported.)