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Installing Keyboards with Keyman for Linux

Keyboards are installed with Keyman Configuration. From the launcher, enter Keyman Configuration.

Keyman Configuration

Download from Keyman cloud repository

From Keyman Configuration, click "Download". At the search page, enter the keyboard you want to download.

Search for khmer_angkor keyboard

Clicking the keyboard brings the keyboard page which has a link for installation.

Install khmer_angkor

Install Local .kmp keyboard package

Keyman for Linux can also install keyboards from local .kmp keyboard packages. From Keyman Configuration, click "Install". Then browse to the local .kmp keyboard package and install.

Package khmer_angkor

The keyboard should appear in Keyman Configuration.

Keyman Configuration khmer_angkor

Install the Input Source in Region & Language Settings

This section is only relevant for Ubuntu. At this point the keyboard should be ready to use on Wasta.

Note that Keyman Configuration only installs the keyboard into IBus. In order to use the keyboard in Ubuntu, access your system Settings and click "Region & Language".

Settings: Region & Language

Click "+" to add the input source. Click the 3 dots to search for other input sources.

Add Input Source

Search for the keyboard you added.

Add Input Source: Khmer

Add Input Source: khmer_angkor

Your input source is now accessible in IBus. Use the shortcut Windows-spacebar to switch input source.

Region & Language: khmer_angkor