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  1. marcnino

    Kanji?

    Here's mine... try changing some of the settings to what I have, and see if it works. Be sure to reboot after you change any of these settings. LANGUAGE=en_US GTK_IM_MODULE=uim-anthy LC_ADDRESS=en_US LC_COLLATE=ja_JP XIM=uim-anthy LC_NAME=en_US LC_NUMERIC=en_US LC_MEASUREMENT=en_US LC_TIME=ja_JP LANG=ja_JP LC_IDENTIFICATION=en_US LC_MESSAGES=ja_JP LC_CTYPE=ja_JP LC_TELEPHONE=en_US ENC=eucj LC_MONETARY=en_US XIM_PROGRAM=uim-xim LC_PAPER=en_US XMODIFIERS="@im=uim-anthy" Marc...
  2. marcnino

    Kanji?

    If you just want to be able to see kanji in a file list, installing the Japanese language package should be all you need to do (I think). If you want to be able to input kanji, it gets a little more complex... you can install the packages that nocturne mentioned (which are more of a 9.x solution), or use packages called XIM, anthy, and SCIM (which are what came with 10). You'll also need to switch locales, I think. Or you can do what I'm doing... wait for 10.1. 10.1 will be using SCIM fully, and you won't have to switch locales or anything. 10.1 will have a lot of advances for those of us who use Asian characters.
  3. Chalk up another one for Opera... it's the best browser out there.
  4. Do you have the "klaptop" package installed? I'm pretty sure that's the one that gives you the taskbar battery monitor, as well as the battery options in the KDE Control Center. Marc...
  5. Thanks for the reply, Wren. Adding the alias did the trick... it's bouncing to my mail client now. Thanks! By the way, I tried the soft_bounce option, and all that did was put the bounced messages in a queue to be retried later... it didn't actually bounce the mail to the proper user. Thanks again!
  6. Hey all, I'm currently running Mandrake 10 Cooker, and I have a small Postfix problem. If I send mail to someone and it gets bounced (if I type in the wrong address, for example), the bounced message goes into /var/spool/postfix. However, a copy of the bounced message doesn't get sent to my e-mail client (KMail). Therefore, I don't know if a message gets bounced unless I check /var/spool/postfix. Does anyone know how to get postfix to send the bounced message to my e-mail client? I tried digging through the config files a bit, but I couldn't spot anything. Can anyone help me out? Thanks! Marc...
  7. I'm using a not-too-dissimilar machine (IBM T20, Savage card), and Mandrake 10 (Cooker) works fine. I'm not sure what your problem is, but if you want me to post any of my configuration stuff, just let me know. Incidentally, here's my "device" section of /etc/X11/XF86Cofig-4 : Section "Device" Identifier "device1" VendorName "S3 Inc." BoardName "S3 Savage (generic, sw_cursor)" Driver "savage" VideoRam 8192 Option "DPMS" Marc...
  8. I don't know about a Finale clone, but there are several guitar-oriented software apps for Linux. The best one for you might be KGuitar... it is a pretty robust tablature creation app, and also supports MIDI (if memory serves me). Marc...
  9. I had the same problem once with K3B. It turned out I had a bad CD in the drive, and K3B hung on startup because of it. Make sure you don't have any media in the drive, and try again. If that doesn't work, try updating to the latest version... I'm using the latest version from Cooker with my el-cheapo external USB CD burner, and it works fine. Marc...
  10. I personally can't answer your question, but if nobody else here can either, you should ask the people on the JPilot.org mailing list. They are very helpful, and are experts at getting handhelds to work with Linux. Check them out at: www.jpilot.org Marc...
  11. I noticed the same thing too, in both Mandrake 9.1 and 10... the KDE sound starts, and then makes a static-like skipping sound and cuts out. I disabled the sound completely, and it doesn't bother me anymore! Heh... Marc...
  12. Using localedrake should do it for you. You can use it from the command line, or from System > Configuration > Other > LocaleDrake. If it doesn't give you the option for French, install the french i18n file via rpmdrake. You'll have to log out and log back in for localedrake's changes to go into effect. Marc...
  13. Hey all, I was checking my .xsession-errors file, and the first error message in it is: failed in listen(): Invalid argument I also noticed that if I run apps from the command line, I sometimes get this message. I'm not sure what's causing it. Does anyone here know what the message means, or how I can track down what's causing it? Thanks, Marc...
  14. From what I've heard, some BIOSes are not compatible with acpi or apmd. I know when I tried acpi, it wasn't working right. I grabbed apmd, and it worked. If acpi doesn't do it for you, try downloading apmd (you can get it through the Mandrake Control Center's software install program). Marc...
  15. Yes, Mandrake does have a standby feature. I've used both Mandy 9.1 and 10 on my IBM Thinkpad T20, and standby and resume work fine. There are occasional quirks, like certain services not resuming... but that could just be me. As far as I know, there are two linux programs that can deal with suspend/resume -- apmd (the one I use), and acpi. I'm not real familiar with the differences or their practical usage... my suspend/resume worked automagically. Marc...
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