I did install texlive-full as well on ubuntu 12.04
Though there are still problems, I'm happy with it. At least I can make a
pdf for korean and that means I can move to next step.
And when I started this work, I said I wanted to do this for many years
like 10-20 years.
I stopped it for a while because of my long trip for almost 3 years and
others.. But now I'm back and I believe someone will show up to work with
me soon. :)
On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 6:04 PM, Marco Ciampa <ciam...@libero.it> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 12:43:57AM +0900, Jihui Choi wrote:
> > wow.. it works! I made a pdf file for korean. it doesn't show any korean
> > character though.
> > I reckon that's just a font problem. I read a document about this before.
> Same problem here.
> Only chapter titles in korean chars.
> The other text is blank... :-(
> I've made a
> apt-get install texlive-full
> with no visible difference though.
> I think that this is a _big_ problem for many reasons:
> 1) english is more understandable by American and European people than
> for asiatic people. It is a bit hironic that asiatic
> people (pdf) translation isn't working...
> 2) now that we have a constant korean translator voluteer we have
> to do something to not make him go away... ;-)
> Marco Ciampa
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