Linux KDE and Tibetan script
Linux KDE 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.
To add a Wylie keyboard, install the packages
ibus-m17n with the package manager of your distribution. Then either make sure to start the
ibus daemon, or simply restart your computer.
ibus_setup once to add Tibetan Wylie EWTS keyboard: select
Tibetan EWTS (m17n) (not ‘Wylie’, which is an old version).
If the Tibetan input doesn’t appear in some of your applications, make sure that the following environment variables are set (e.g. in
GTK_IM_MODULE=ibus QT_IM_MODULE=ibus XMODIFIERS=@im=ibus