I use scim as my input.

When I use bash as my login shell, I add these lines to ~/.profile

export LANG=zh_CN.eucCN
export LC_ALL=zh_CN.eucCN
export G_BROKEN_FILENAMES=1
export G_FILENAME_ENCODING=GBK
export XMODIFIERS='@im=SCIM'
scim -d

All is fine. But I would like to use tcsh as my login shell, and try to  add
the followings to ~/.login_conf

me:\
    :lang=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :charset=gbk:\
    :setenv=LC_ALL=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_COLLATE=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_CTYPE=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_MESSAGES=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_MONETARY=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_NUMERIC=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=LC_TIME=zh_CN.eucCN:\
    :setenv=G_BROKEN_FILENAMES=1:\
    :setenv=G_FILENAME_ENCODING=GBK:\
    :setenv=XMODIFIERS="@im=SCIM":

and add "scim -d" to the ~/.xsession. I can't toggle on the scim.

PS: I login in with kdm.

What should I do to use tcsh as  my login shell?

Thanks

-- 
Ronggui Huang

Department of Sociology, Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Department of Public and Social Administration, CityU, HK
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