you might have replied only to me. ;-)
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [opensuse-m17n] Problems with edict package license
From: w.l.engl <w.l.engl(a)t-online.de>
To: Satoru Matsumoto <helios_reds(a)gmx.net>
Date: Thu Aug 23 2012 16:57:50 GMT+0900 (JST)
> Satoru Matsumoto wrote:
>> I guess only a few people uses these packages.
>> >> I'll ask Japanese community, including other distributions guys, how
>> >> they think.
> Dear friends,
> I am one of those "few people" who desperately need edict within GIJTEN,
> which also contains wadokujt. Both are definitely necessary for
> communicating in Japanese.
> Mike Fabian gave me instrutions how to implement GIJTEN, I lost these
> and hence are still using open SUSE 11.3 (i586) because I am a simple
> user and don't know how implement GIJTEN in a newer version. I lost
> contact with Mike, who introduced me to m17nn, after he got married to a
> Japanese lady.
> Would any body help me please.
For example, if you use openSUSE 12.1, follow steps below:
1) Add M17N repo to your install source.
2) Install gjiten and wadokujt packages (and their requirements, if needed).
3) Launch Gjiten.
4) Edit -> Preferences -> Add "/usr/share/edict/wadokujt" as
'Japanisch-Deutsch' (or any other name as you like)
Then, you'll be able to select 'Japanisch-Deutsch' on Gjiten.
By the way, when you are online, you can use http://www.wadoku.de/ for
your communicating in Japanese. ;-)
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