Install the Gujarati Phonetic Charset on Linux using your favorite software installer (Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse, Debian, etc).
If you want to use the Phonetic (Gujarati) keymap for a particular character set, go to Keyboard Settings. The Keyboard Layout Options window will open, as shown below.
Select Keyboard Layout Options. A dialog box will open as shown below.
Select Additional Layout Options. A dialog box will open as shown below.
Select Add. A dialog box will open as shown below.
Select Gujarati Phonetic from the Additional Layout Options list.
Click on the Add button. The Additional Keyboard Layout Options window will close.
Click on the OK button to close the Keyboard Layout Options window.
If you do not have a Gujarati keyboard installed, you will see the following message when you launch the KDE or GNOME desktop, where you see the Phonetic Gujarati and Hindi Charset in the Additional Keyboard Layout Options window:
If you are planning on installing the Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout in Fedora Linux, you need to look for in.txt in /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/gujarati.xml. A similar path might work in other distributions. For example, in Debian Linux, this path might be /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/gujarati.xml.
Once the XML file has been edited, save the file and then copy it to /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols or /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/gujarati. You should also copy the file in to /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/in or /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/in/gujarati.
Log out and log back in to your Gnome Session. Once you're logged back in, you will need to log out and log back in to your KDE Session. Follow the same steps for the K (Korean) keyboard layout. And finally for the Phonetic Indian language (Tamil). You will need to follow the same steps as above. 827ec27edc