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Old 07-21-2014, 05:49 AM   #1
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Mozc-ut Japanese Dictionary on Debian

New to Linux and command lines, so forgive me if I ask simpleton questions.

I've installed Japanese input support on my Debian system, using Mozc and im-config, and everything works great.

However the Kanji dictionary isn't great, so I'm trying to add the Mozc UT Dictionary (here: and I cannot figure out how to do it. The instructions on that page aren't newb enough for me.

- I can't tell if I'm supposed to reinstall the "Patched Sourcecode", or if I'm supposed to apply the Patch tarball to something instead.

- I tried to ./configure the unpacked tarball, and it tells me that's not a bash command. (There's no README with it anyway, so.)

If I'm not making sense, let me know what information I can provide.


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