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 The requirements for getting SCIM input methods to work in your X session The requirements for getting SCIM input methods to work in your X session
 are as follows: are as follows:
-  - Use a UTF-8 locale. Look in /​etc/​profile.d/​lang.sh for setting your language to (for instance) en_US.UTF-8. As a word of warning: maybe you should leave root with a non-UTF-8 locale because you don't want root's commands to be misinterpreted. You can add the following line to your ~/.profile file to enable UTF-8 just for yourself: +  - Use a UTF-8 locale. Look in /​etc/​profile.d/​lang.sh for setting your language to (for instance) en_US.UTF-8. As a word of warning: maybe you should leave root with a non-UTF-8 locale because you don't want root's commands to be misinterpreted. You can add the following line to your ~/.profile file to enable UTF-8 just for yourself: ​<​code>​export LANG=en_US.UTF-8</​code>​ 
-      ​export LANG=en_US.UTF-8 +  - Make the scim profile scripts executable. These will setup your environment correctly for the use of scim with X applications. Run: <​code>​chmod +x /​etc/​profile.d/​scim.*</​code>​
-  - Make the scim profile scripts executable. These will setup your environment correctly for the use of scim with X applications. Run: +
-      ​chmod +x /​etc/​profile.d/​scim.*+
   - Start the scim daemon as soon as your X session starts. The scim daemon must be active before any of your X applications. In KDE, you can add a shell script to the ~/​.kde/​Autostart folder that runs the command "scim -d". In XFCE you can add "scim -d" to the Autostarted Applications. If you boot your computer in runlevel 4 (the graphical XDM/KDM login) you can simply add the line "scim -d" to your ~/.xprofile file. This gives you a Desktop Environment independent way of starting scim.   - Start the scim daemon as soon as your X session starts. The scim daemon must be active before any of your X applications. In KDE, you can add a shell script to the ~/​.kde/​Autostart folder that runs the command "scim -d". In XFCE you can add "scim -d" to the Autostarted Applications. If you boot your computer in runlevel 4 (the graphical XDM/KDM login) you can simply add the line "scim -d" to your ~/.xprofile file. This gives you a Desktop Environment independent way of starting scim.
 When scim is running, you will see a small keyboard icon in your system tray. When scim is running, you will see a small keyboard icon in your system tray.

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