X11 KOI8-U Fonts tar file (94,497 bytes)
X11 KOI8-U Fonts Info File (49 bytes)
For more detailed instructions on how to install fonts, see Stephen Bobick's Unix Ukrainian Fonts HowTo page.
Here is a table of some ukrainian characters and their keycodes that are missing from the standard KOI8 cyrillic font. If you have your KOI8-U ukrainian fonts properely installed in your system, you should be able to see the letters in the first column of the table.
|· (êé, I:)||0xb7|
|§ (ÊÉ, i:)||0xa7|
The X Windows keyboard mod map allows you to type ukrainian characters at the keyboard. Installation is through the xmodmap utility, using the Caps Lock key to toggle the modes. Alternatively, the xrus utility allows users to toggle easily between the default font and the new definition. After installing the utility, type xrus yawerty.koi8u.xmm to try it out.yawerty.koi8u.xmm - YAWERTY ukrainian keyboard mod map (3,226 bytes)
KOI8-U related files for Linux tar file (20,458 bytes)
KOI8-U related files for Linux Info file (30 bytes)
KOI8-U Translation map for UUPC 6.14 (256 bytes)
KOI8-U Translation map for UUPC 6.14 Info file (36 bytes)
new-locale.tar.gz (14,875 bytes)
ukrainian.el --- display, translate and edit buffers containing ukrainian characters in various encodings. Supports different fonts (or transliterations), buffer encodings, keyboard layouts and insertion modes. For more instructions see Stephen Bobick's Emacs Ukrainian HowTo page.
ukrainian.el - emacs configuration file for ukrainian (42,346 bytes)
See Stephen Bobick's LaTeX Ukrainian HowTo page.
Computer fonts page
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