[PC-BSD Testing] Default IBUS setting for PCBSD
billksun at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 19:13:13 PDT 2010
Just tried that, but unfortunately, it doesn't work.
This is strange. If I kill all the ibus processes and start ibus via the
console, both of this work and the icon will appear:
/usr/local/bin/ibus-daemon --daemonize --xim
Seems like I'm only losing the system tray icon when starting via the
script. When I run ibus-setup and toggle the "Show icon on system tray"
option it doesn't do anything, even though other options seem to have an
effect (like "Show language panel").
But when ibus-setup is run after I kill the initial ibus instance (started
from the script) and restart ibus-daemon from the console, the option to
toggle system tray icon start to work again.
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:06 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 08:46:41PM -0700, Bill Sun wrote:
> > Yes, with FORCEIBUS="NO", if I moved the ibus.desktop file to the trash
> > reboot, the ibus daemon no longer starts up, and I no longer get the ibus
> > icon under the English desktop.
> > But, what I really want, is, when I do FORCEIBUS="YES" that the ibus icon
> > appear. Not a big deal, since I can rely on the language toolbar to tell
> > what input method I am using, but still, if the icon appeared like it
> > should, it adds to the polish of the product.
> > -Bill
> I think its the --daemonize flag to ibus which is causing the icon to not
> appear. Try this,
> edit /usr/local/kde4/env/enable-ibus.sh, and at the end of the script
> /usr/local/bin/ibus-daemon --daemonize --xim &
> /usr/local/bin/ibus-daemon --xim &
> Then re-login, does it work now?
> Kris Moore
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