Re: How to make Japanese Input on Debian testing work?
On Fri, Nov 17, 2006 at 01:26:14AM +0900, Dietrich Bollmann wrote:
> >>>>I had a similar problem with firefox and thunderbird, until one
> >>>>explained me that some crucial environment variables were needed:
> >>>>GTK_IM_MODULE=uim ; export GTK_IM_MODULE
> >>>>QT_IM_MODULE=uim ; export QT_IM_MODULE
> >>>>XMODIFIERS=@im=uim ; export XMODIFIERS
> >Well this is what I initially thought. But SCIM packager told me
> >otherwise. Just last one is enough with GTK_IM_MODULE=xim
> >and QT_IM_MODULE=xim. Which will be likely to cause less trouble.
> Hi Osamu,
> in which file do you put these three lines?
> I tried .gnomerc - but this seems to be not used anymore.
> And I read that the .bashrc is the wrong place to use...
Well the easiest way is do not do it. Let im-switch take care of these
Use im-switch, uim-anthy, and uim. There are very detaild explanation.
If README.Debian of these files differ, listen to uim one instead of
im-switch. It needs updates.
> by the way - do you know how I can hide my email from the list??
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> >First, im-switch package (which I am part of it.) is good start.
> >Then I recommend scim-anthy for Japanese.
> >If you also want to have traditional encoding terminals, m17n-env
> >package may help.
> >If your primary language is not Japanese, you probably want to keep
> >display (or default locale) other than Japanese.
> >scim and im-switch package comes with ample discussion on how to do it.
Well you are uim guy. Still im-switchy is the way.