Answer: This question is quite ambiguous, though. I cannot tell which condition that you have met? If you can not enter Chinese on console's shell, refer to the section Chinese Input Problems for detailed.
Or that you cannot enter Chinese in an editor, it is possible that your editor doesn't support Chinese. Please refer to the section Useful Chinese Softwares to install Chinese-supported editors.
If this is matched at the period of telnet, then refer to the section
telnet for more explanations.
The NTU TFF fonts is compressed with arj format and divided it into several files for the convenience of putting it into floppy disks, causing that decompression is a little trifling.
If you want
ntu_kai.ttf font, for example, you must take
Assuming that you have an arj tool of DOS version, put these four files altogether under the same directory and invoke this commands to decompress:
C:\> arj x -va -y ntu_kai
If you want to decompress them on Linux, you must use
unarj to unarj them one by one, and then use
cat to concatenate them together:
# unarj e ntu_kai.arj ; mv ntu_kai.ttf ntu_kai.ttf0 # unarj e ntu_kai.a01 ; mv ntu_kai.ttf ntu_kai.ttf1 # unarj e ntu_kai.a02 ; mv ntu_kai.ttf ntu_kai.ttf2 # unarj e ntu_kai.a03 ; mv ntu_kai.ttf ntu_kai.ttf3 # cat ntu_kai.ttf* > ntu_kai.ttf
Answer: To install CXWin will solve this problem. Refer to CXWin for detailed.
Answer: If you could not see any Chinese on all homepages, then you might probably not install Chinese fonts, or haven't make Netscape settled. Refer to the section Netscape.
But if you can see Chinese on most parts of Chinese homepages, only on some websites could see disturbed codes, then this may not be your private problems.
A little websites take Frontpage to generate homepages, and their language encoding is
x-x-big5 not general
This wil make all browsers except IE cannot identify this encoding, which just a bad trick adopted by Microsoft to fulfill its ambitions to occupy the market of browsers. To solve this problem, send a mail to the administrator of that site, telling them there are other browsers except IE all over the world. If they want to manage it perpetually, they should correct that unusual encoding to normal one.
Of course, if you have better solutions, please let me know of it.
Answer: Install xcin+XA. Refer to this section XA.
ttf2pkhas the same name for both ChiTeX and CJK, then it could cause certain problems. A solution to this is that define the
$PATHvariable in each shell script, respectively, to point to the correct locations of
ttf2pk. (Thanks to professor Chen Hung-Yih..)