Japanese input on Kubuntu
xrdawson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 01:13:16 UTC 2008
Thanks for the advice, well taken.
I've installed SCIM, and when I run this I see it in the task bar. If I
click on it, something shows that looks like it should have text within it,
but it is blank, as if there are no options available. I right-click on it,
and can configure it, and have Japanese as the only item checked under
I read on this page that I need to setup this in .xinitrc, changing
zh_CN.GBK to ja_JA.USA. Is this correct?
*export LC_CTYPE="zh_CN.GBK"**export GTK_IM_MODULE=scim*
I'm confused about what is SCIM and SKIM and what the delta is between them.
So, I see SKIM in the tray but am unsure where to go now. I have tried both
kedit and firefox and am unsure how to start entering Japanese text.
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 5:08 PM, Ed Greshko <Ed.Greshko at greshko.com> wrote:
> Chris Dawson wrote:
> > I'm struggling to get Japanese input working on KDE. I've reviewed
> > various guides, but they all seem out of date. Does anyone have a
> > pointer, or could someone send me their steps?
> I think you need to let folks know a little bit more about what you've
> and what doesn't work. I don't have a ubuntu system running KDE. I do,
> however, have both a RHELv4 and RHELv5 system running KDE and using SCIM
> Japanese input works just fine.... 渋谷.
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