How to write Korean in Porteus ?

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How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby yale » 16 Mar 2017, 15:25

I'm a novice in linux. I don't know the elementary command in Linux.
But I come to like the Porteus, unfortunately. TT

I need someone who can help me to write Korean in Porteus.

Of course, to write Korean I installed 'ibus-hangul' and 'scim' properly, but it doesn't work at all. :wall:
I couldn't put in the Korean language though the Input Methods above are installed well by modules(I can see them in the Menu).
Through the ibus and scim, I switched to the Korean text but the English is only available.

I need help from the experts.
For reference, there is no problem in reading Korean in the web cause i copied and pasted *.ttf into the TTF folder.
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Blaze » 16 Mar 2017, 16:31

Hi yale.
Welcome on the board.
Do you use this cheatcode kmap=us,kr in the /mnt/sdxX(your partition)/boot/syslinux/porteus.cfg?

You can check this via command
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cat /proc/cmdline

If this cheat code is absent
open as root /mnt/sdxX(your partition)/boot/syslinux/porteus.cfg and find
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LABEL GRAPHICAL
MENU LABEL Graphics mode
KERNEL vmlinuz
APPEND initrd=initrd.xz changes=/porteus

and replace with
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LABEL GRAPHICAL
MENU LABEL Graphics mode
KERNEL vmlinuz
APPEND initrd=initrd.xz changes=/porteus kmap=us,kr


or another way - open terminal and type these commands
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su
toor
sed -i 's|changes=/porteus|changes=/porteus kmap=us,kr|g' $BOOTDEV/boot/syslinux/porteus.cfg
reboot
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Ed_P » 16 Mar 2017, 17:04

Do note yale that the "sed" line is all one line not two like it may appear in the window.

And a very detailed and clever approach Blaze. :good:
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby yale » 17 Mar 2017, 03:08

Thank you for all your kindness, Blaze, Ed.

But i'm so sorry to say that it doesn't work yet.

I tried exactly the instructions that Blaze gave, but the Korean input is not available.

I need help.

(and how can i upload the screenshots on the board?)
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Blaze » 17 Mar 2017, 07:37

yale wrote:(and how can i upload the screenshots on the board?)

Look at this post

For example you can use this service http://tinypic.com
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Evan » 18 Mar 2017, 10:42

I could be wrong but i read his post as wanting a Korean language for the porteus desktop and menus and not just the keyboard map.
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Blaze » 18 Mar 2017, 10:56

yale, heh, it's localization or input problem?
What is Desktop environment do you use (KDE5, XFCE, MATE, Cinnamon)?
You are have done localization via 'Porteus Settings Centre' in the 'Language setup' tab?
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby yale » 20 Mar 2017, 06:54

Blaze wrote:yale, heh, it's localization or input problem?
What is Desktop environment do you use (KDE5, XFCE, MATE, Cinnamon)?
You are have done localization via 'Porteus Settings Centre' in the 'Language setup' tab?


1.
I mean the input problem.
Also, the menu displays only English. But it doesn't matter. I want put in the Korean.

2.
And my environment is porteus 3.2.2 xfce 64bit.

3.
In my desktop, language tab is not available, but i guess there is no problem in locale.
I've experienced same problem in other linux system like Bodhi, Puppy, Crunchbang, but i soleved it after a few hour struggles.
But in Porteus it seems to be impossible though it is the most interesting Linux I've seen.
(Also i'm in trouble in Putting IN Korean in Tiny Linux)


4.
Here is my desktop screenshot.
You can see that my settings of Scim, keyboard.
I'm looking forward to good news from the Experts.
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby beny » 20 Mar 2017, 14:21

hi yale, open porteus setting centre tab the second icon choose the english language only for the instruction after you can choose your language,wait until the package is ready and reboot.
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby yale » 21 Mar 2017, 06:40

beny wrote:hi yale, open porteus setting centre tab the second icon choose the english language only for the instruction after you can choose your language,wait until the package is ready and reboot.


Thanx to Beny, I can see the desktop-menu in korean language.
But there is no change that i could not put in Korean language

All that I want is just put in (write) Korean in Porteus.

I really appreciate to all the replies.
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby beny » 21 Mar 2017, 17:25

hi yale, in the porteus setting centre when you choose the korean language you can also set the keyboard for your language and the input for the korean language too.porteus have this.. when you set a language the last language is what you can use,maybe you can do a modules with the languages that you need and put into the optional folder,but if you can activate this when you need..
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Re: How to write Korean in Porteus ?

Postby Blaze » 21 Mar 2017, 17:58

yale, if you manual set your keyboard layout - don't use cheat code kmap=us,kr
because this cheat code (for automatically setting of keyboard layout) is disable your manual settings for keyboard layout.
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