Subject: Re: Re:Japanese
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Zach Fine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/10/2000 10:35:31
I'm having trouble getting kterm to input or even display japanese
characters. Using the package system, I've installed cannaserver,
kinput2, and kterm, and "kinput2 -canna" runs without complaint, but
when I try "kterm -km euc" or "kterm -km sjis", I receive the
following error message:
> kterm -km sjis
Couldn't set locale:
I there something simple that I've overlooked?
Thanks for any help or information.
>>>>> "Tatoku" == Tatoku Ogaito <email@example.com> writes:
>>> On Thu, 9 Nov 2000 19:02:09 +0100 (CET)
Tatoku> Torsten Sadowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> I had some successes but more failures. After installing
>> several fonts lynx did display japanese characters, but it
>> wasn't meaningful text. Then
Tatoku> I use kterm with "-km euc" option and lynx works fine with
Tatoku> .lynxrc which has "character_set=Japanese (EUC)".
>> Kinput2 required freewnn, canna and sj3 libs.
Tatoku> I don't use canna nor sj3, so my /etc/mk.conf has
Tatoku> following lines
Tatoku> USE_CANNA=NO USE_SJ3=NO USE_WNN4=YES
>> Do I need a Kanji-server too(I installed freewnn-server
Tatoku> Yes, since Kinput2 is just a frontend to
Tatoku> Kana-Kanji-transform-server. After executing "jserver",
Tatoku> "kinput2 -wnn" should work fine.