Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 37723
skkinput cannot run on kterm
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:32:51 EDT
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skkinput cannot run on kterm. The file
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ja/app-defaults/KTerm include a wrong line
``Shift<Key>space: open-im(XMODIFIERS) \n\''. It must be ``Shift<Key>space:
Steps to Reproduce:
1.You are in kterm. Type skkinput and then <Shift>+<Space>. Nothing occurs.
2.Edit ~/.Xdefaults and write the folloing lines.
*VT100*translations: #override \
3.Run an another kterm and type skkinput and then <Shift>+<Space> in it.
skkinput is running.
Sato will see this problem.
1.You are in kterm. Type skkinput and type as follows:
$ export XMODIFIERS="@im=skkinpu"
AND THEN <Shift>+<Space>.
The problem cannot be solved.
type skkinpu -> skkinput.
Add to that, is there the skkserver runnning?
In 7.1, I prepare "dbskkd-cdb" server (it depends on xinetd which
is not installed on workstation-class installation by defalt).
There'll be some works before running dbskkd-cdb:
1. edit /etc/xinetd.d/dbskkd-cdb: disable = no
2. edit /etc/hosts.allow to add the line: dbskkd-cdb:LOCAL
3. restart xinetd: # /etc/init.d/xietd restart
Here it works for me.
I have prepared "dbskkd-cdb" with the above procedures
(not necessay for /etc/hosts.allow).
$ export XMODIFIERS="@im=skkinput"
Skkinput works only on the kterm and dose not work on
kterm's run from the GNOME panel. Of cource "XMODIFIERS" is
set on all kterm's.
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Closing as CANTFIX.