The instructions below are for enabling Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, and Japanese fonts.
Following the transition to our new platform, the prior means of remotely deploying these fonts are not yet supported. As a temporary workaround, you may follow the instructions here to copy these to your machine along with the latest translation files.
1. Download the cjk-fonts.tar archive and place it on a USB flash drive, though do not extract the archive.
2. Also download the latest locales.js file on to the flash drive. (Right-click the link and choose 'Save As'.)
2. At the machine, plug both the USB drive and keyboard into the ports of the tablet or board. When a dialog box pops up on screen, tap OK to pull up the contents of the flash drive. Note the path at the top of the file manager with the flash drive's name.
3. Press Ctrl Alt T to open a terminal. Type the following, hitting Enter:
4. Type the root password as provided by our support team (it will remain blank when typing), then hit Enter.
5. Run the following commands, hitting Enter after each one, and replacing flashdrive with your drive's name seen in the file manager window.
Spacing, quotes, slashes, and punctuation must be exact. Running an incorrectly formatted command as root may have unintended consequences.
cp '/media/iva/flashdrive/cjk-fonts.tar' .
tar -xf cjk-fonts.tar
chmod 755 -R Noto*
cp '/media/iva/flashdrive/locales.js' ../../js/
6. If successful, the commands above will show no output, and the new fonts and translation files will be deployed.
7. Then run:
shutdown -r now
8. Remove the flash drive and keyboard. Upon boot, your machine should now display these fonts correctly.