[Uim] uim-fep trouble on slackware
hatori at hatochan.dyndns.org
Thu Oct 12 12:38:07 EEST 2006
Thank you for responding quickly.
I tried to use them. But I use konsole instead of gnome-terminal,
because my desktop is KDE and there is not gnome-terminal on slackware.
$ export LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8
$ GTK_IM_MODULE=gtk-im-context-simple konsole &
$ uim-fep # on another konsole
I change from default on/off mode to control j then I can turn input mode:)
Cause of trouble may be jfbterm.
Thank you very very much.
Kentaro "hatochan" Hatori
Etsushi Kato wrote:
> On 10/12/06, はとちゃん <hatori at hatochan.dyndns.org> wrote:
>> But uim-fep doesn't work on console.
>> It doesn't turn from direct input mode multilingual input
>> mode by contrl plus j or any keys.
>> Its slackware 11.0 situation is the following:
>> - jfbterm 0.4.7 with patch
>> - It set LANG and LC_ALL to ja_JP.UTF-8 or ja_JP.utf8
>> - It set TERM to linux
> First, please examine the problem is really specific on jfbterm.
> Trying to use uim-fep on terminal software on X11 may help.
> $ export LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8
> $ GTK_IM_MODULE=gtk-im-context-simple gnome-terminal &
> $ uim-fep # on gnome-terminal
> If it works, then the problem is something on jfbterm.
> If it doesn't work, please check whether its on/off key is assigned
> correctly using uim-pref-gtk. (Assume you use uim-anthy, check "Anthy
> key binding 2").
> As described in the release note about 1.2.0
> (http://anonsvn.freedesktop.org/svn/uim/tags/1.2.0/RELNOTE), C-j is
> not used as a default on/off key binding in uim-anthy. Also you
> should be aware that shift-space combination is not available on
> console (See README.ja and README.key on uim-fep,
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