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Installing Asian Fonts on Ubuntu & Debian asian language support on ubuntu

Getting Started with PrizmDoc > Installation > Self-Hosted > Installing PrizmDoc Server > Single-Server > Installing on Linux > Installing Asian Fonts on Ubuntu & Debian. By default, Asian language support is not installed on Ubuntu/Debian systems. In order to properly render.

When you install Ubuntu, the language you select at installation gets installed Click the Manage Installed Languages button to open Language Support.

All the flavors have support for CJK languages, even if I think that standard Ubuntu has the most user friendly interface to set it up. Then there is.

Adding Chinese language support: After your install is complete, log in, then click on "Activities" in the upper left corner or tap the Super key (Windows/Ubuntu.

If you are using Ubuntu Netbook 10.04 click "System" and then click the " Language Support" icon. In the new Ubuntu Netbook 10.10 Unity interface, on the right.