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Revision as of 17:34, 13 August 2010

KMFL, Keyboard Mapping For Linux, is a keyboarding input method developed under Linux which aims to bring Tavultesoft Keyman functionality to *nix operating systems. It operates with uncompiled Keyman-style keyboard files (*.kmn). KMFL is being jointly developed by SIL International and Tavultesoft. It is released under the GPL license.

A somewhat outdated description is at KMFL main project page. KMFL and its dependencies are now included in Ubuntu several other standard Linux distributions, so if you wish to use KMFL on a relatively recent (2009 or later) Linux distribution you should check your distribution's standard installation packages.

Instructions for installing KMFL in Ubuntu and configuring it to use a Keyman keyboard (*.kmn) file can be found here:

KMFL on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic and earlier versions (with SCIM)

KMFL on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid and later versions (with iBus)

If you are using BALSA see these instructions instead: KMFL under BALSA - SCIM version

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