- Short guide in setting up Belarusian language support in Linux
console, X Window System, web-browsers, text editors, etc.
- Belarusian dictionary for the ispell spell-checker.
- Latest stable release of the package to set up Belarusian
language support on Linux. Includes
- Belarusian locale
- Belarusian support for Linux kernel
- Belarusian support for Linux console
- Belarusian support for X Window System
- Belarusian support for TeX
- Belarusian support for Emacs
- CVS Tree
- Web interface to the CVS source of the package. Anonymous CVS
access is also available at
cvs.bellinux.sourceforge.net. You can use CVS access if
you want to check out only few files from the project instead of
downloading the whole tarball.
- Keyboard layout
- The most widely used belarusian keyboard layout.
- Test page
- Future plans.
- Home page of console-tools-cyrillic by Vitus Wagner. Cyrillic
fonts and application character maps for console. Fonts and maps
that are needed for setting Belarusian in console are included in
the previous archive.
- Home page of Cyrillic and Euro fonts for X11 by Dmitry
Yu. Bolkhovityanov. His fonts are exact copies of standard
XFree86 fonts with cyrillic glyphs added. Fonts are available in
koi8-1, koi8-ru, windows-1251, iso-8859-5, mac-cyrillic, koi8-ub,
ibm-cp866, bulgarian-mik, iso10646-0400, winlatin-1, iso-8859-15
- Tool for switching keymaps in X Window System. xruskb.
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