Bug#983653: task-japanese-gnome-desktop: no Japanese input method available out of the box
Nobuhiro Iwamatsu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote (Mon, 1 Mar 2021 06:00:51 +0900):
> 2021年2月28日(日) 13:12 YOSHINO Yoshihito <email@example.com>:
> > Adding some Japanese input method to the ibus framework should work
> > around the problem
> > for Japanese users. Specifically, adding Recommends: ibus-mozc (or ibus-anthy on
> > architectures where mozc is not available) to this package should work
> > around the problem.
> > The attached patch should apply the work-around.
> This patch seems to work for this issue.
> I have confirmed that ibus-mozc is installed in the GNOME environment by
> installing the tasksel/task-japanese-gnome-desktop packages with this patch
May I ask how that interacts with the uim framework?
We currently have
uim-mozc | uim-anthy,
in task-japanese-desktop, so if you now add ibus-mozc | ibus-anthy to
task-japanese-gnome-desktop, we will have both, uim-mozc and ibus-mozc installed
on a Gnome system.
Is that ok? Or does that cause any harm/conflict/what ever?
Or did I got something wrong?
Holger Wansing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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