The HOWTOs ought to be available from all mirrors of
The Linux Danish/International HOWTO by Niels Kristian Bech Jensen
The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO by Alexander L. Belikoff
The Keystroke mini-HOWTO by Zenon Fortuna.
The Locales mini-HOWTO by Peeter Joot. (This one is mainly for developers.)
The ISO-8859-1 FAQ and Programming for Internationalization FAQ (plus much more) by Michael Gschwind is available from his homepage.
" NACSIS R& D Thai Project Page " , http://thaigate.nacsis.ac.jp
" ZzzThai Project " , http://www.fedu.uec.ac.jp
" Vuthichai's Page " , http://www.ctrl.titech.ac.jp:80/~vuthi/
" An annotated reference to the Thai implementations " , http://www.inet.co.th/cyberclub/trin/thairef/
" X window and Thai language " , http://members.xoom.com.cwg.x11th/
" SchoolNet Internet Sever " , http://www.school.net.th/linux-sis/
" Thai Open Source Development " , http://members.xoom.com/inThai
" Linux Thai Project " , http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/8302
" ThaiLinux unofficial Webboard " , http://lulu.mptc.eng.cmu.ac.th/HyperNews/get/ThaiLinux.html
" Thai Linux installation project " , http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Bay/4521/
Most softwares and Thai fonts which introdued in this howto.
SunSite and mirrors.
doc/howto has the above mentioned HOWTOs.
utils/nls and subdirectories contain files related to National Language Support. Developers should take a look at
The GNU archives has the
recode package for character table conversion, the
ABOUT-NLS file and the
gettext package for locale support of some GNU applications and (of course) the latest versions of GNU emacs.