Installing uim binaries
How to Install uim by Binary Package
Installation procedures depend on your OS or distribution.
Debian and Ubuntu
Included in official apt repository. On Debian, uim is distributed in several packages, so you can install only those module(s) that you'll use (of course you can install all modules if you want). To search for uim packages, please run this command.
$ apt-cache search uim
Then, install the packages. This example installs gtk2.0, xim, and fep modules.
$ apt-get install uim uim-utils uim-gtk2.0 uim-xim uim-fep
uim is included in Fedora (https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/acls/name/uim). Please run
$ yum install 'uim*'
uim is included in official ports. You need to introduce portsupgrade and run this command.
$ portinstall textproc/uim
If you use uim-skk, please install skk-jisyo also.
$ portinstall japanese/skk-jisyo
ebuild is provided by Portage.
$ emerge uim
When you use uim-anthy, please install anthy first.
$ emerge anthy
Official RPM is available.
uim is included in pkgsrc. Please run these commands.
$ cd pkgsrc/inputmethod/uim $ make install clean
You can change install options by setting the PKG_OPTIONS.uim variable. edit this in /etc/mk.conf or run
$ env PKG_OPTIONS.uim='anthy eb qt' make install clean
Default value is "anthy canna" (see options.mk).
Starting from Slackware 10.2, Slackware Add-on package Project distributes a uim package.
uim is included in Vine Plus.
$ apt-get install anthy uim
And you need to run setime command.
$ setime anthy
Then, re-login to your system.