Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1019298
Cinnamon shows “Anthy” as the default Japanese input method although Anthy is not even installed by default in F20
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:38:36 EDT
Created attachment 812500 [details]
ionice -c 3 qemu-kvm -enable-kvm -global qxl.ram_size=1x1024 -m 2048M -smp 4 -drive file=./Fedora-20-Beta-TC3-x86_64-netinst.iso.qcow2,index=0,media=disk,cache=unsafe -localtime -serial file:/tmp/qemu-Fedora-20-Beta-TC3-x86_64-netinst.iso.qcow2-output.log -name Fedora-20-Beta-TC3-x86_64-netinst.iso.qcow2 -cdrom /local/mfabian/iso/Fedora-20-Beta-TC3/Fedora-20-Beta-TC3-x86_64-netinst.iso -boot c -spice port=6000,disable-ticketing -vga qxl -display vnc=:4 -net nic -net user,hostname=Fedora-20-Beta-TC3-x86_64-netinst.iso.qcow2,hostfwd=tcp::5556-:22 -monitor stdio -usb
- I did a default install of Fedora 20 Beta TC3 in qemu using the
commandline shown in comment#0.
- Japanese was used as the installation language
- US English keyboard was added manually in Anaconda
- After the default Gnome installation had finished, the other
desktop environments were added with
“sudo yum groupinstall cinnamon-desktop-environment kde-desktop-environment ...
- Log in from gdm to cinnamon
- Check what input method is offered for Japanese by clicking the
input method icon in the panel
→ “anthy” is shown as Japanese input medhod (See screenshot).
The screenshot also shows in the terminal that ibus-anthy
is not even installed but ibus-kkc (which is not the default
Japanese input method of Fedora) is installed.
The “gnome-control-center region” which is also shown in the screenshot for
reference shows that in Gnome the input method
“日本語 (かな漢字)” (which is ibus-kkc) is correctly listed.
Created attachment 812502 [details]
> The “gnome-control-center region” which is also shown in the screenshot for
> reference shows that in Gnome the input method
> “日本語 (かな漢字)” (which is ibus-kkc) is correctly listed.
This extra screenshot shows both
In the cinnamon-control-center, only
日本語 ← Japanese keyboard layout
英語 (US) ← US English keyboard layout
are shown, not input methods at all are shown.
By the way, the missing letters seen in the screenshot
“Switch to previou ource”
are probably because of https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1010445
Created attachment 812504 [details]
This screenshot shows, that using the [+] button
in the “Input Source” tab of
no Japanese input method can be added.
Only Japanese keyboard layouts are shown, no input methods, although
ibus-kkc is installed.
In Fedora 22 Beta, there seems to be no support for input methods in cinnamon-control-center at all. Apparently there is no ibus integration.
But one can use ibus-setup, which works. I.e. the behaviour is
different in Fedora 22 and this bug does not apply to Fedora 22.
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