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4. References and FTP sites

4.1 Other documents of relevance

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.

4.2 FTP and Web sites

NACSIS R & D Thai Project : You can find Thai tex on this site.

ZzzThai Project :

Vuthichai's Homepage :

SunSite and mirrors. doc/howto has the above mentioned HOWTOs. utils/nls and subdirectories contain files related to National Language Support. Developers should take a look at locale-tutorial-0.8.txt.gz, locale-pack-0.8.tar.gz and cat-pack.tar.gz.

The GNU archives has the recode package for character table conversion, the ABOUT-NLS file and the gettext package for locale support of some GNU applications and (of course) the latest versions of GNU emacs.

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