Sorry, I will use the mailing list!
>and then "Control+Space" doesn't work? Works >fine for me and many
>others. On SuSE 9.1, SLES9 and on the current >development version of
Thanks, I think that I have tried exactly that, but I am not sure, I will
try it when I get home (no internet at home). I seem to remember that I
should change my .xim though, which I am not quite competent to do.
It's not clear though how I choose language and and then variety
>> PS Is it my imagination or does suse get worse
>> for each release, in terms
>> of CJK handling?
> It's your imagination. A lot has been improved
> for CJK in SuSE 9.1.
Oh, I didn't mean that it was your fault, and I agree that utf was badly
needed. Also, it certainly is more integrated now, I was just missing those
packages, and the "j" directory on ftp that made it easy to find them
> We have a much more packages than will fit
> on the CDs and the people creating the CDs
> always have to find a good
That was what I suspected. So is there no way to get those other packages,
excepting the CJK from your site?
I will download the missing packages, and the new scim. thank you.
> If you still miss something, just tell me, I'll
> upload it.
One thing I have missed is CEDICT and CCDICT, the Chinese equivalents of
Edict, though they've never been in SUSE, as far as I know. They have been
part of Debian and can also be downloaded, but I suppose not everyone is
aware of there existence.
What I really miss most is kpackage, I think its name was, I much better
tool for installing downloaded packages than YAST2, that simply doesn't
work on my system, it refuses to find files on the HD, it complains that
they are not on the DVD eventhough I chose an RPM from the HD.