[SCIM] sKim installation problem (kpackage-yast-shell)
liucougar at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 16:33:18 UTC 2004
Please try this file:
(2nd revision of RPM for skim 1.0.0 by Jan)
On Sun, 3 Oct 2004 13:55:58 +0000, LiuCougar <liucougar at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 03 Oct 2004 10:20:46 +0200, sunwukung <sunwukung at tvcablenet.be> wrote:
> > > > > Then you are just one step away from the final success ;)
> > > > >
> > > > I hope.
> > > The reason why skim can not find its plugin is that the wrong rpm is
> > > installed, I think.
> > Then if the rpm is wrong the developper must know it. We will see.
> Yes, I think so.
> Sorry for misleading you for several days
> > > > > replace the scim command with skim (in the file which invokes the scim)
> > > > Wow, I am sorry but could you please give me an idea of the name of this
> > > > file ? I am a newbie and I may try to search but I want to know a little
> > > > a bit where.
> > > I am not very sure about that. I guess it should be in a file named
> > > xim under your X11 dir.
> > I just have one under /etc/X11 but I already go there to see if it must
> > not be the first to be modify because there are there the XMODIFIERS
> > line and when I asked you before you strictly answer me I must just go
> > under a ~/.xim. Then I never modify it. I respect what you tell me
> > before. But doesn't matter.
> > Have a look at the end of this e-mail to see the content of my xim file
> > and take note that the tmplang is a fr and then it never go to the if
> > condition containing the XMODIFIERS command.
> Yes, you are right. By default, only CJK users need a input method
> (Every distro assumes that ;)
> > >
> > > > P.S. ; I read your name liucougar. Are you a chinese people or an
> > > > european one or something else ?
> > > :) I do not think anyone other than CJK would develop such kind of
> > > app, don't you think so?
> > Indeed but it was just because my wife is also a LIU one...hihi...
> > That's why I asked you this.
> As far as I know (AFAIK), Liu is a surname for Chinese people: I
> didn't see any other people have such a name.
> Good luck,
> "People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
> difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
> - Old Chinese adage
"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage
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