Download Keyman for Linux
Keyman is a program that reconfigures your keyboard to type in another language. The installation for Keyman for Linux depends on your Linux distribution.
Keyman for Linux is currently available via Launchpad:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:keymanapp/keyman sudo apt install keyman onboard-keyman
Keyman for Linux can also be installed from packages.sil.org:
(wget -O- https://packages.sil.org/keys/pso-keyring-2016.gpg | \ sudo tee /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/pso-keyring-2016.gpg)&>/dev/null (. /etc/os-release && sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/packages-sil-org.list >/dev/null \ <<< "deb http://packages.sil.org/ubuntu $UBUNTU_CODENAME main") sudo apt update sudo apt install keyman onboard-keyman
Keyman for Linux is also available in any current Debian at: https://packages.debian.org/keyman.
Compile from source
The source for Keyman 16.0 for Linux can be cloned from GitHub and once cloned, follow the instructions at README.md to build and install on your system.