The Korean Solaris operating environment must be specially set up for using Korean text facilities. This chapter describes the steps required to set up the Korean environment and to start Korean Solaris operation.
The Korean Solaris operating environment provides two window environments, the Common Desktop Environment (CDE). CDE is a fully internationalized environment. The Korean Solaris product includes three locales:
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 3.1 standard.
ko_KR.EUC - Symbolic link to ko locale.
ko_KR.UTF-8 - Symbolic link to ko.UTF-8 locale.
The Korean CDE includes three directories for applications defaults. One is for system-wide defaults, and two are specific to locale features:
The /usr/dt/app-defaults/C directory stores system wide application defaults. These values are for the C locale.
The /usr/dt/app-defaults/ko directory stores application default values specific to the ko locale.
The /usr/dt/app-defaults/ko.UTF-8 directory stores application default values specific to the ko.UTF-8 locale.
For the ko locale:
The /usr/dt/app-defaults/ko/Sdthanja file has all sdthanja resource default values.
For the ko.UTF-8 locale:
The /usr/dt/app-defaults/ko.UTF-8/Sdthanja file has all sdthanja resource default values.
Hangul-Hanja conversion is maintained by Hanja Tool, which manages two system files:
In the ko locale, the /usr/lib/mle/ko/syshjd file is system-wide and read-only.
In the ko.UTF-8 locale, the /usr/lib/mle/ko.UTF-8/syshjd file is system-wide and read-only.
In the ko and ko.UTF-8 locales, the $HOME/.usrhjd file can be manipulated by the user.