In the virtual environment of the VMware Workstation 12 Pro, I want to create a virtual machine to install the Antergos-2016.02.21-x86_64.iso.
Construction of the Japanese environment (display and construction of Japanese input system in Japanese), either would be possible.
About building in a Japanese environment
Have you tried it? I don’t quite understand what’s your question exactly.
Try it and if you encounter an issue feel free to ask here.
I received your reply, thank you.
As Japanese input system, you want to install the fcitx-mozc.
In addition, if you have a problem occurs, we would like to ask questions.
Thank you all!
You can choose the locale (language interface) when installing Antergos.
If you want to change the locale after installation check out this Arch-wiki:
If you just want to be able to use the Japanese language but use your own (if other than Japanese) locale, or if changing between Japanese and English or other language, install fcitx-mozc or Ibus with Anthy and or Mozc. Make sure you install some Japanese font packages and all dependencies.
Some desktop environments such as LXQt, Plasma and others I am sure, offer a graphic locale selector.
You can find Locale mostly in Settings.
I use both the Japanese and English environments in Virtualbox and on my laptop without problem. Never used VMware but I guess it is the same.
Never used VMware but I guess it is the same
Some users have reported having problems testing Antergos in vmware…
I received your polite reply, Thank you very much.
So it will be helpful.
Thank you in the future.
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The Antergos GNOME to the installation to Oracle VM VirtualBox, we were able to create a virtual machine.
Sincerely thank for the kindly advice of everybody.
Outline will describe.
● installation of the Japanese input system
sudo pacman -S fcitx-mozc fcitx-configtool fcitx-im
(Fcitx-gtk2 fcitx-gtk3 fcitx-qt4 fcitx-qt5)
Open the file in sudo emacs ~ / .xprofile, to add the following.
export [email protected]=fcitx
● added software
Chromium, Thunderbird, Abiword, Gparted, Emacs, Dropbox
● Additional fonts