Re: Configuration problems[GNOME, xcin]
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>>>>> "omnibus" == omnibus bbs <email@example.com> writes:
omnibus> First, after upgrading xcin and crxvt(rxvt-ml), I can't input
omnibus> Chinese anymore. The control-shift does not response. The only
omnibus> way to make it work again is prepending "LD_PRELOAD=lcGen.so"
omnibus> to commands. Is there a better method to solve this problem?
Strange. I never had to use any preload library under the current version
of libc6 for displaying Chinese. Did you use "crxvt -im xcin" to start
omnibus> Another problem I encountered is GNOME does not display
omnibus> Chinese. I've modified /etc/locale.alias to let gdm show the
omnibus> selection for zh_TW.Big5. This doesn't help much but make
omnibus> GNOME show strings of mysterious symbols. Any solution?
The problem is that somehow Gtk think that the locale to use is "zh_TW.big5"
(note the case of "b") instead of "zh_TW.Big5". The quick and dirty
solution is of course to link /etc/gtkrc.zh_TW.Big5 to gtkrc.zh_TW.big5 in
the same directory. But I still wonder why we need to do such stupid things
instead of fixing gtk.
Of course, if you do not have installed xfs-tt and some true-type fonts, or
if you want to use the fixed-width fonts in potato, the default 14 point
pixel width /etc/gtkrc.zh_TW.Big5 is plain stupid. Change it to 16 and you
will be fine.