[உபுண்டு_தமிழ்]IOK(Indic Onscreen Keyboard)
கா. சேது | කා. සේතු | K. Sethu
skhome at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 11:51:36 BST 2009
Glad to note this attempt.
I have not tried it yet in my Karmic but for now I would like to make
a few suggestions:
1. You can inform this list if the build is only for Karmic or also
the same work in Jaunty and previous versions?
2. What this IOK does ? Is it only for inscript keymap or other or all
keymaps, - also of xkb, m17n with scim or ibus ..etc...?
3. While informing readers on where to get more information, in
addition to https://launchpad.net/~suji87-msc/+archive/ppa/+packages
you could also mention the entry page to it:
- because in that under the title "Adding this PPA to your system"
the most current instructions are available for users to read and
follow. Note there that in case of Karmic adding a PPA via synaptic
GUI appears to be simplified (now just adding "ppa:suji87-msc/ppa" but
in /etc/apt/sources.list still same ways as before)
2009/9/29 suji A <suji87.msc at gmail.com>:
> I created debian package for IOK(Indic Onscreen Keyboard) from its source
> tarball. Now i upload that package to my PPA on Launchpad. The following are
> the steps to download IOK package from Launchpad and install in your system.
> System->Administration->Software Sources
> Choose Third-Party Software
> Click the Add button then a window prompted with the text entry, you just
> give the following line in that text box
> deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/suji87-msc/ppa/ubuntu karmic main
> when prompted, reload the software sources information, Don't worry if you
> see a warning about unverified software sources; we're going to fix that
> Open your terminal to give the following command to update
> sudo apt-get update
> After that there are two ways to install this package in your system
> 1) Through Synaptic Package Manager
> Give iok on search box, it shows that package and mark that for
> installation and press apply.
> 2) Through terminal command
> Give the following commad to install IOk
> sudo apt-get install iok
> you can get more details about this package from here
> Suji A.
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