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Download Keyman for Linux

Keyman is a program that reconfigures your keyboard to type in another language. The installation for Keyman for Linux depends on your Linux distribution.


Ubuntu, Wasta-Linux

Keyman for Linux is currently available via Launchpad:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:keymanapp/keyman
sudo apt install keyman onboard-keyman

Keyman for Linux can also be installed from packages.sil.org:


(wget -O- https://packages.sil.org/keys/pso-keyring-2016.gpg | \
  sudo tee /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/pso-keyring-2016.gpg)&>/dev/null
(. /etc/os-release && sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/packages-sil-org.list >/dev/null \
  <<< "deb http://packages.sil.org/ubuntu $UBUNTU_CODENAME main")
sudo apt update
sudo apt install keyman onboard-keyman

Debian

An older version of Keyman for Linux is also available in any current Debian at: https://packages.debian.org/keyman


Compile from source

The source for Keyman 14.0 for Linux can be cloned from GitHub and once cloned, follow the instructions at README.md to build and install on your system.

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