This chapter describes the design of the Korean Solaris software. The chapter also provides information about the locales supported in the Korean Solaris environment. The chapter discusses the following topics:
The Korean localization of the internationalized release of CDE provides two work environments: a user environment and a development environment. Each environment is localized to handle the linguistic and cultural conventions that are unique to the Korean language.
The user environment has desktop tools and a window manager (dtwm) that are customized to communicate in the language of a particular locale.
The development environment provides internationalized versions of Xlib and Motif that programmers use to develop localized applications. For further information, see the International Language Environments Guide.
You can set any of the following locales when you login to your Korean desktop:
C – ASCII English environment.
ko – Korean extended UNIX code (EUC). This locale supports the KS C 5601-1992 standard.
ko.UTF-8 – Korean Universal Multiple Octet Coded Character Set (UCS) Transmission Format. This locale supports the Unicode 3.2 standard.
ko_KR.EUC – Symbolic link to the ko locale.
ko_KR.UTF-8 – Symbolic link to the ko.UTF-8 locale.
You can set your default locale or change it using the following procedure.