en2te: English-Telugu Dictionary
Do i need to install anything?
  You should have the Unicode fonts for the Indian language in which you are going to give your suggestions.
How do I install Indian Language fonts?
    Unicode fonts for Indian languages are available online.

For Telugu, you can get Pothana2000 font from Kavya-nandanam.

Installing fonts for GNU/Linux applications
1. Unzip the font package file and find Pothana2000.ttf
$ unzip Pothana2k.zip
2. Copy this file to ".fonts" directory in your home directory
$ mkdir ~/.fonts
copy Pothana2000.ttf ~/.fonts
3. Update the font cache
$ fc-cache
I cannot see Indian language characters in my web browser.

  You have to setup your web browser in order for you to see Indian language characters You can choose from the many available web browsers. Currently Konqueror, Mozilla and Firefox are known to render Indian languages properly.

Konqueror

    Konqueror renders Indian languages properly if it uses Qt version 3.2 or above. Typically you have the required Konqueror if you are running KDE 3.2 or above.

Mozilla

    Mozilla browser that is readily avaiable on most distributions ''does not'' properly render Indian languages text. You need to get an Indic enabled build of Mozilla 1.7 from the contributed builds.

On Fedora Core 3, you do not need to download the special build because Mozilla already has the capability to render Indian language text. But it has to be enabled explictly while running Mozilla. To start Mozilla use the following command on the shell:

$ MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 mozilla
Firefox

    Firefox build that is readily available on most distributions ''does not'' properly render Indian languages text. You need to get an Indic enabled build of Firefox 1.0.

On Fedora Core 3, you do not need to download the special build because Mozilla already has the capability to render Indian language text. But it has to be enabled explictly while running Mozilla. To start Mozilla use the following command on the shell:

$ MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 firefox