(comments, corrections, suggestions welcome )
May 6, 1998
May 6, 1998
- New section on Japanese e-mail structure
- Revised Emacs portion of editors section. Brief history
of Nemacs, Mule, Emacs 20.2. Instructions on compiling
Emacs 20.2 with Canna input support
May 5, 1998
- After six months of inactivity I've finally
got around to getting latex2html to work again and I've
made some minor changes. Most of the changes have been
cosmetic. Since there has been a lot of changes to the
Japanese on Linux world in the last six months, I'll
try and update the information this document soon.
- November 25, 1997
- changed installation section 3
- changed description of localization,
multilingualization, and internationalization
in the introduction and basic sections.
- November 24, 1997
- revised section on Japanese input, including
addition of new diagram on input methods
The Adobe Acrobat reader for Linux, Macintosh, and Windows can
be used to read the PDF file. GNU Zip is also available for non-Linux
machines. Note that gzip is not the same format as pkzip or zip.
Also, if you have a non-UNIX or non-Linux machine, the filenames
may not come out and you may have to rename the file after you download
it. The best solution for non-Linux users is to repartion
your hard disk and install Linux. You should then be able to
download the file and open it with gzip -d.
Craig Toshio Oda