latest xinitrc does not execute xinput
petersen at redhat.com
Wed Jun 16 09:14:37 UTC 2004
>>>>> "Takashi" == Takashi Okawa <tks at okw-j.com> writes:
Takashi> Hi, I updated xinit Today by using up2date on
Takashi> Fedora Core 2. Latest /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc
Takashi> has below to execute xinput.
Mike, was this package ever in testing? I thought that was
the original intention.
Takashi> It said all system xinitrc shell scripts must
Takashi> have .sh extension. But
Takashi> /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/xinput and xmbind does
Takashi> not have the extension. So, it seems mismatch
Takashi> between xinitrc and script files.
Yes, this is "xinput script not run, needs to be renamed to xinput.sh"
which hasn't been fixed yet. :-(
Also I just filed "xmbind script needs to be renamed to xmbind.sh"
Takashi> Then I faced a problem that I can't use
Takashi> Japanese input tools such as Canna by using the
Takashi> default. Ofcourse, it was solved by deleting
Takashi> 'if' statement on my local.
Alternatively you could of course rename "xinput" to
"xinput.sh" and likewise for xmbind.
Takashi> Actually, I'm still newbie on Linux and Fedora
Takashi> Core 2. I'm not sure whether this mailing list
Takashi> is proper or not for this kind of thing. But
Takashi> I'd just like to let you know above because I
Takashi> could not find this in the archive.
Thanks for your mail, and yes this the right place to
discuss this kind of problem.
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