In this article, we will guide you through the process of installing the Avro Keyboard in Ubuntu 20.04. Avro is a popular open-source phonetic Bangla keyboard. It is widely used and appreciated for its intuitive and user-friendly design.
To install Avro Keyboard in Ubuntu 20.04, open the terminal and run the command "sudo apt install ibus-avro". Restart your system, add Avro as an input source, and you’re ready to type in Bangla using Avro Keyboard.
Before proceeding with the installation, make sure you have administrative privileges on your Ubuntu system. You will need them to install new software.
Step 1: Open the Terminal
The first step is to open the terminal. You can do this by pressing
T on your keyboard. The terminal is where you will enter all the commands necessary for the installation.
Step 2: Install the Avro Keyboard Package
In the terminal, type the following command and then hit enter:
sudo apt install ibus-avro
sudo command is used to perform operations that require administrative privileges. The
apt install command is used to install a new package. In this case, the package is
ibus-avro, which is the Avro Keyboard software.
You may be asked to enter your password to confirm the operation. After you do so, the installation will begin.
Step 3: Restart Your System
After the installation is complete, you should restart your system or log out and log back in. This ensures that all changes take effect properly.
Step 4: Add Avro as an Input Source
After restarting, open the “Settings” menu and go to “Region & Language”. In the “Input Sources” section, click on the “+” button to add a new input source.
Search for “Bangla” in the input source list. You can select either “Bangla” or “Bangla (Bangladesh)”. Then, choose “Bangla (Avro Phonetic)” as the input source for Avro Keyboard.
If Avro stops writing Bangla at any point, you can try restarting ibus by running the following command in the terminal:
ibus restart command is used to restart the ibus service, which is responsible for managing input sources in Ubuntu.
You have now successfully installed the Avro Keyboard in Ubuntu 20.04. You can switch between different input sources using the “win” + “space” keyboard shortcut.
For more detailed instructions and troubleshooting tips, you can refer to the official Avro Phonetic Installation Guide.
Remember to log out or reboot your system after installing Avro and follow the instructions carefully to ensure a smooth installation process. Happy typing in Bangla!
Yes, the Avro Keyboard supports multiple languages. However, it is primarily designed for typing in Bangla. You can switch between different languages by using the "win" + "space" keyboard shortcut.
Yes, you can customize the Avro Keyboard layout according to your preferences. You can modify the keyboard layout by editing the configuration files. Detailed instructions on customization can be found in the official Avro Phonetic Installation Guide.
To uninstall the Avro Keyboard, open the terminal and type the following command:
sudo apt remove ibus-avro
This command will remove the Avro Keyboard package from your system. You may also want to run the following command to remove any leftover configuration files:
sudo apt purge ibus-avro
After executing these commands, the Avro Keyboard will be completely uninstalled from your Ubuntu 20.04 system.
Yes, the Avro Keyboard is available for various operating systems including Windows and Linux. You can visit the official website of Avro Keyboard to download the appropriate version for your operating system.
If you encounter any bugs or have suggestions for the Avro Keyboard, you can visit the official Avro Keyboard GitHub repository and create a new issue. Provide detailed information about the bug or feature request to help the developers address it effectively.