[CentOS] how to disable scim

Fri Jul 31 22:05:06 UTC 2009
Craig White <craigwhite at azapple.com>

On Fri, 2009-07-31 at 16:17 -0400, Charles E Campbell Jr wrote:
> Hello:
> I keep getting these
>   An IOException occurred at 
> scim_bridge_client_imcontext_set_cursor_location ()
> messages -- and I'd like to turn them off.  I won't mind having scim 
> just plain turned off.
> However, in using Google, I find a hint such as "right click on the 
> tray, ..." -- so where's
> the tray?  A second part of that hint suggested using 
> System:Administration:Language
> Support -- there's a "Language" (which allows me to select my default 
> language) but
> nothing about scim.
> So, any hints about how to nuke scim?
I haven't played with scim on CentOS but on Fedora, it seems that
creating a symbolic link in users home directory...

ls -l ~/.xinputrc
.xinputrc -> /etc/X11/xinit/xinput.d/scim.conf

is what launches scim at user login

so you might want to look for something like that.


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