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Old 12-25-2011, 10:37 PM   #1
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Fedora 15 Chinese input.


Hey I just upgraded to Fedora 15. I updated software a few times, but I still can't use the Chinese pinyin input. I went to the keyboard layout and picked Chinese, Thai and English. I can type in Thai and English, but when I choose Chinese only English comes out. How do I type Chinese pinyin? I
 
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Have you installed ibus?or run the ibus setup command.
 
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Ibus installed?

Does Ibus not come preinstalled for Fedora 15? I searched for Ibus on Add/remove and installed a whole bunch of ibus and ibus-qt related components. Still just typing English though; no option to choose any kind of Chinese input.
 
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Does Ibus not come preinstalled for Fedora 15? I searched for Ibus on Add/remove and installed a whole bunch of ibus and ibus-qt related components. Still just typing English though; no option to choose any kind of Chinese input.
Did you run the im-chooser tool?It is used to choose inputmethod.
 
  


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