The HOWTOs ought to be available from all mirrors of
The Linux Danish/International HOWTO by Niels Kristian Bech Jensen
The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO by Alexander L. Belikoff
The Keystroke mini-HOWTO by Zenon Fortuna.
The Locales mini-HOWTO by Peeter Joot. (This one is mainly for developers.)
The ISO-8859-1 FAQ and Programming for Internationalization FAQ (plus much more) by Michael Gschwind is available from his homepage.
NACSIS R& D Thai Project Page You can get information about Thai computing here.
ZzzThai Project, by The group of students in The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo. Describe how to use Thai with many computer platforms.
Vuthichai's Page, contains information about Thai computing by Khun Vuthichai Ampornaramveth.
NACSIS R & D Thai Project : http://thaigate.rd.nacsis.ac.jp You can find Thai tex on this site.
ZzzThai Project : http://www.fedu.uec.ac.jp/ZzzThai
Vuthichai's Homepage : http://www.ctrl.titech.ac.jp:80/~vuthi/
SunSite and mirrors.
doc/howto has the above mentioned HOWTOs.
subdirectories contain files related to National Language Support.
Developers should take a look at
The GNU archives has the
recode package for character table conversion, the
gettext package for locale support of some GNU applications and
(of course) the latest versions of GNU emacs.