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Re: [opensuse-factory] fcitx results with factory
On Wed, 13 Jun 2012 13:16:25 +0800
Marguerite Su <i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 3:06 AM, dieter <d_werner@xxxxxxx> wrote:
in a round robin principle, to TCP port 80.

They're cloud pinyin query servers.
ok, that explains it.

Try disable cloud pinyin in System Settings - Locale - Input Method.
I assume this is Systemeinstellungen - Regionales, but I have no
option for Input Method there. I selected Pinyin (LibPinyin) in the
tray icon instead.

If I try to input something chinese fcitx dies after the first
pressed key (KDE).
When I start it from the konsole it is terminated immediately with
signal 6.
Valgrind indicates invalid reads.

Which input method engine do you use?
yes, it was googlepinyin
CITX -- Get Signal No.: 6
Obtained 10 stack frames.
/usr/bin/fcitx() [0x401359]
/lib64/ [0x7ffff7205da0]
/lib64/ [0x7ffff7205d25]
/lib64/ [0x7ffff72071a8]
/lib64/ [0x7ffff7243fbb]
/lib64/ [0x7ffff7249b56]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7fffef0bf2e0]
/usr/lib64/ [0x7ffff7bd2076]
/usr/bin/fcitx() [0x4011aa]

seems not to be related to googlepinyin?
if it is googlepinyin or sunpinyin, try to clean
.fcitx/config/googlepinyin or .sunpinyin.

after changing to libpinyin I get this crash.log, the crash happens
again after switching to chinese input and pressing the first key:
FCITX -- Get Signal No.: 11
Obtained 10 stack frames.
fcitx() [0x401359]
/lib64/ [0x7f1036c65da0]
/usr/lib64/ [0x7f1029dc8e96]
/usr/lib64/ [0x7f1029dc8fe6]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7f1029fd0160]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7f1029fcfffc]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7f10214e44c5]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7f10214d848d]
/usr/lib64/fcitx/ [0x7f10214d8983]


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