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Re: [tlug] Japanese Input on CentOS / KDE

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On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 12:37:21PM +0900, Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon wrote:
> Dave Gutteridge wrote:
> >The reason that Scott's web page confuses me, and why I'm still generally 
> >confused about Japanese input, are that every page, and each piece of advice I 
> >get on mailing lists seems to be talking about entirely different systems. 
> >There are all these methods, and layers to methods, such as iiimf, canna, wnn, 

> I was in the same spot, although my attempts were more spread out - squeezed in 
> between other work. I also never did get things rolling in Japanese from the 
> advice I got, so I sent anything that needed to be sent in Japanese from a SuSE 
> 9.1 box that I'd originally set up as Japanese during the install. The SuSE 9.1 
> box that I'd originally set up in English could read Japanese, but I could 
> never enter it.
> With the advent of 9.3 though, selecting Japanese as a secondary language fixed 
> the problem and now I'm able to write in Japanese - これ は日本語なのじゃ! - 
> Banzai! With one caveat though, when I upgraded my wife's computer from 9.1 to 
> 9.3, the input method changed and she's none-too-pleased with the new one. 

Heh, Lyle, I think we're doing exactly what David said was confusing
him, offering very different approaches--Wnn, Canna anthy, ATOK.

AFAIK, CentOS is RH based.  If I'm not mistaken, they're now using scim
and anthy.  (Sigh, any later RH users able to confirm or deny?)  

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