Re: Making my potato japanese capable =D
I've been looking for something like user-ja for a long time... Now all I need to do is learn some more kanji so that I can read more Japanese (high school/university nihongo doesn't really cut it..) dommo arigato, Taketoshi san.
On Thu, Aug 17, 2000 at 10:59:38PM +0900, Taketoshi Sano wrote:
> In <20000815234426.A834@magi>,
> on Tue, 15 Aug 2000 23:44:26 +0200,
> on Making my potato japanese capable =D,
> Jakub Turski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > something like Japanese WordPro for win's modes: kanas/kanji, with inュ
> > stant conversion. I have freewnn running (what is it for), but I cannot
> freewnn-kserver is a conversion server for Japanese text input. You need
> a frontend in order to use that server. On X11, use "kinput2-wnn".
> kinput is an input server for X11 application, and kinput-wnn is a front
> end/client for the wnn jserver.
> > make anything from the docs -- it is all japanese! :( Can anyone help me
> > with this?
> Try create another account for learning Japanese, and use user-ja-conf in
> user-ja package. user-ja is a configuration tool for Japanese environment,
> and it has /usr/share/doc/user-ja/README.e.gz
> > If there's a specific faq (should be!) on this topic, please give me an
> > url. I'm searching for such info for a long time... and my friends want
> > this info too! =D
> As others say, http://tlug.linux.or.jp/~craigoda/writings/linux-nihongo/
> is very useful URL. Check it.
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