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Re: [tlug] Kubuntu 11.10 日本語入力 How?
- Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 20:59:07 +0900
- From: Lyle H Saxon <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: [tlug] Kubuntu 11.10 日本語入力 How?
- References: <CACDLhbbnnKohMoxaM4m79fbDUKcXnWuWFO6iNJQP5yEqCgwGsw@example.com>
I'm going to see if this helps now...: I love to write in my mother tongue Marathi. For last four years I was using a wonderful package SCIM for it. But yesterday I upgraded to Kubuntu 10.10 and found Skim crashing upon start. So decided to ditch it in favour of IBus since SCIM is not actively developed. Here’s a small howto for getting IBus running on Kubuntu. How to configure IBus in Kubuntu 10.10 aka Maverick Meerkat First install IBus $ sudo aptitude install ibus ibus-qt4 ibus-gtk ibus-m17n Now switch input method (don’t use sudo here) $ im-switch -s ibus This will create a symlink in $HOME/.xinput.d/ directory. If you already have symlink in $HOME/.xinput.d/ pointing to a file other than ibus in /etc/X11/xinit/xinput.d/ directory then remove that symlink. Else the above command will say File Exists and won’t create a new symlink. Start IBus setup Press Alt+F2 and type ibus-setup and press Enter You will get a IBus Preferences window. In General tab click Show icon on system tray In Input Method tab select an input method of your choice and click Add button. The first method in the list will be your default input method. Adjust other options to suit to your own choice and close the window. Starting IBus on KDE Startup Go to KMenu -> Applications -> Settings -> System Settings -> System Administration -> Starup and Shutdown -> Add Program Then put /usr/bin/ibus-daemon in Text Box and click OK. Now you will get a Properties Dialog Box. In that, click on Application tab and put Name – ibus-daemon Description – Intelligent Input Bus Command – /usr/bin/ibus-daemon –desktop=kde –panel=/usr/lib/ibus/ibus-ui-kde Click OK. Now Logout of KDE and Login again. Open text editor and press Control + Space and you should be able to write in the language you chose as default input method.
- Re: [tlug] Kubuntu 11.10 日本語入力 How?
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