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Re: [Fedora-i18n-list] Unable to input Japanese on stock FC2 intall: Can't add "Input Method Switcher"



Oh I also forgot to mention that this is a bug which is going to be
fixed very soon. :)


Thanks,
Lawrence

On Sun, 2004-05-23 at 04:05, Dave Evans wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> 
>   I recently installed Fedora Core 2, and have been trying to get
> Japanese input working under an English environment (en_US.UTF-8).  When
> I installed the system, I selected Japanese as a language that I wanted
> to support.  IIimf packages look like they are installed:
> 
> [devans localhost devans]$ /sbin/service IIim status
> htt (pid 2360) is running...
> 
> [devans localhost devans]$ /sbin/service FreeWnn status
> jserver (pid 2397) is running...
> 
> [devans localhost devans]$ /sbin/service canna status
> cannaserver (pid 2372) is running...
> 
>   I think those are all the services that I need to have running - they
> are all started automatically (good!)  When I try to add the
> "InputMethod switcher" applet to the panel, nothing happens.  I'm not
> sure if this is related to the nothing showing up on the IM Switcher
> when in English bug that I've seen mentioned, but I can't get any sort
> of Japanese input to work anyway.
> 
>   What should I try next?  I think I will install the newest RPMs from
> http://www.apac.redhat.com/iiimftest/files/fc2/, but I would like to
> figure out what is going wrong - I assume that a default install with
> Japanese language support should at least have the IM switcher show up.
> 
>   Any help?
> 
> dave
> 
> 
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