Linux Gnome and Tibetan script#
By default linux desktops come with a Tibetan keyboard compliant to GB/T 22034-2008, a Chinese norm. This keyboard is also used by Microsoft Windows.
To install, simply search for
Tibetan when adding the new keyboard.
See Tibetan keyboards for more information.
Gnome already has the
ibus input method installed by default, which is a considerable advantage over KDE. You might need to install the
ibus-m17n package, which provides the Wylie keyboard.
Then, when opening gnome
settings, a three new Tibetan keyboards should be available: select
EWTS (m17n) (not ‘Wylie’, which is an old version).