On Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 08:56:13AM +0000, Liu Siwei wrote: This question is not appropriate for the -current list. I'm expanding this to include the maintainers of the KDE ports to see if anyone else has an idea what's going on.
> I have a question about FreeBSD's locale. I use the zh_CN.EUC locale to > let my FreeBSD support Simplied Chinese. It's all right in gnome 1.4. But in > > recent version of KDE(aka. KDE-2.2.2), I can't set zh_CN.EUC locale for it. > For I have select the country is Asia-China, language is Simplied Chinese, > code is gb2312.1980. I need not set any locale in my environment to display > Simplied Chinese at all. But for I have not set locale, I can't use chinput > in KDE. So I set my locale to zh_CN.EUC in my $HOME/.xinitrc. But when I > restart my KDE, it can't display Chinese word proper! in kedit, kwrite, etc, > > I can use chinput through I can't input any Chinese word proper. If I set my > > locale to zh_CN.GB2312, zh_CN.GBK or nothing, the KDE can display Chinese > word proper, but I can't use chinput. > So, how to set ocale to let chinput work under KDE2.2.2? > A very inportant QUESTION is: why FreeBSD want zh_CN.EUC while KDE is > not? > My machine is AMD-K7 700, FreeBSD-current,all software are installed > from ports(sources). I'm sorry but I can't help with this specific problem since I do not use any locale other than the default. :( -- wca To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message