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A simple Kanji print utility for Linux

kprint is a simple utility for printing Japanese on HP Deskjet and Laserjet printers under Linux. It does not use ghostscript. The print quality is not great, but it is very readable; it is fine e.g. for printing Japanese e-mail messages. You also need the kanji code converter program, kcc (apt-get install kcc in Debian). […]

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Dosemu for Dummies

1. Introduction Dosemu is a project to create a ‘virtual machine’ inside Linux, in which you can run ms-dos and ms-dos programs. It does not emulate ms-dos itself, so you still need a copy of ms-dos or one of its clones (like freedos). Dosemu is not yet quite perfect, still having some problems with a […]

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KDPLUS

KDPLUS is a much improved version of the KD kanji driver program by Izumi Ohzawa. KDPLUS can be used to obtain Japanese character display, and allow Japanese character input, in many text-mode programs for MS-DOS. Obviously the number of text-mode MS-DOS diehards is small, and dwindling rapidly. The number of those interested in the Japanese […]

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Een eenvoudige puzzelwoordenzoeker

Dit hulpmiddel bewijst mij al vele jaren goede diensten bij het oplossen van het Scryptogram van de NRC. Ik zet het nu (Oktober 2003) maar eens op het Web. Misschien heeft iemand er iets aan. Download het programma en pak het uit. In Windows 95/98 hebt u daarvoor een unzip-programma nodig zoals Winzip. In Windows […]

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SCSI emulation

I have a CD-ROM and a CD-RW drive in my system; ATAPI drives, known to Linux as /dev/hdc and /dev/hdd respectively. The CDROM can also be referred to as /dev/cdrom by means of a symbolic link. To make xcdroast work, these devices must appear as SCSI devices to xcdroast. Of course the drives (at least […]

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Setting up Japanese e-mail for Debian users

I was looking for a Japanese e-mail solution using pine, with pico as the editor, because I am not a fan of Emacs/Mule. We need a Japanese kana/kanji conversion engine (Canna); we do not need (for this application) an ‘input engine’ (kinput2) because its functions are built into the Japanized version of pine which we […]

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