[Bug 4048] qgo segmentation fault

freeflying zhengpeng.hou at gmail.com
Tue Dec 27 00:30:04 UTC 2005

Public bug report changed:

在 星期二 27 十二月 2005 00:12,您写道:
> Public bug report changed:
> https://launchpad.net/malone/bugs/4048
> Comment:
> Hi,
> On a clean breezy install, with scim installed from
> http://svn.ubuntu.org.cn/ubuntu-cn/d...n/binary-i386/ then configured
> following your advices, that is
> gedit ~/.gnomerc
> then adding the following 3 lines:
> export XMODIFIERS="@im=SCIM"
> export GTK_IM_MODULE=scim
> scim -d
if you use gdm or kdm , we recommend you put them in follow:
and do remmember make it excuteable
if you use startx , put them in $HOME/.xinitrc
> (the only thing I changed is the second line, where scim replaces "xim"
> that was necessary to get scim input in open office and thunderbird)
> I don't even need to start gqo using
> GTK_IM_MODULE=xim qgo
> just qgo on the command line is enough.
> On the other hand, that means qgo would still segfault. It does indeed do
> so on my previous (the third) breezy install - still on my hd if somebody
> (possibly a qgo developper) wants to investigate.
> So the bug could be closed, but it's still there. It might have something
> to do with either : - me running :
> export GTK_IM_MODULE=scim
> export XMODIFIERS=@im=scim
> - or me running dpkg-reconfigure locales and selecting english, french
> and chinese.
> These are the last 2 actions I did before qgo segfaulted (plus
> installing scim but now we know that's not the problem).
> I know it looks hopeless to understand, so there's few hope it will be
> fixed.
> Since you are packaging scim for Ubuntu, maybe the ubuntu documentation
> list would listen to you more if you propose setting up a howto on how to
> configure scim along with acroread and qgo in breezy. I can write it (where
> to get the packages, how to install them and add a .gnomerc file - even
> though that method is not the best for KDE users - and modify
> /usr/bin/acroread) then I can send it to you for proof reading.
> I'd rather that than starting a new thread in the forums, cause I  would
> run the possibility to mess up things for other people with wrong advices.
> Thank you for your work. I really enjoy scim in Ubuntu, and couldn't do
> without it. Loïc

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