[developers] how to install / set up PangoLui
brodbd at uw.edu
Tue Sep 11 19:57:53 CEST 2012
pangolui was supposed to be installed in that release, but it appears I
installed it in the wrong location.
To fix, please open a terminal and execute the following command:
sudo mv /opt/delphin/lkb/linux.x86.32/pangolui
Once that's done, you should be able to load pangolui as described in the
wiki page you linked to, for example by running (lui-initialize :lui
"pangolui") at the LKB prompt.
Thanks for drawing this to my attention; I will fix it in future releases.
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 5:30 PM, Justin Chunlei Yang
<justinenglish at 163.com>wrote:
> Hi David,
> Thank you for your prompt reply. I am using KnoppixLKB 12 you built. :-)
> Thanks again for your concern.
> At 2012-09-11 02:31:22,"David Brodbeck" <brodbd at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hi, Justin.
> Just to clarify, are you using one of the virtual appliances I built
> (UbuntuLKB or KnoppixLKB) or did you do your own install?
> On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 7:28 AM, Justin Chunlei Yang <justinenglish at 163.com
> > wrote:
>> Dear developers,
>> I am a grammarian with a main interest in Matrix-based Chinese grammar
>> engineering. I have been working on ManGO (mandarin grammar online), but I
>> have some problems with font display of Chinese characters via VirtualBox.
>> Thanks to Prof. Emily Bender, I learnt PangoLui can be the answer. However,
>> knowing almost nothing in linux and programming, I still don’t know how to
>> work it out according to the information provided on the wiki page (
>> http://moin.delph-in.net/LkbLui?highlight=%28PangoLUI%29). I tried to
>> search for more details but failed.
>> Without proper font display, grammar engineering can be very inconvenient
>> (refer to the attached screenshot). Can anyone kindly give me some
>> step-by-step instruction to install / set up PangoLui? Any information or
>> suggestions are very much appreciated too. ****
>> I am using KnoppixLKB via VirtualBox to access a server in USA. ****
>> Thank you so much for your time and patience. ****
>> Justin Chunlei Yang ****
>> College of English Language and Literature ****
>> Shanghai International Studies University
> David Brodbeck
> System Administrator, Linguistics
> University of Washington
System Administrator, Linguistics
University of Washington
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