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uum(1)								   User Commands							    uum(1)

NAME
uum - Kana-Kanji conversion front end processor
SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/uum [-J | -U | -S | -T] [-j | -u | -s | -t] [-h | -H] [-x | -X] [-k filename] [-c filename] [-r filename] [-D hostname] [-n username] [-l number]
DESCRIPTION
uum command provides a Japanese language I/O environment on the terminal. When started, uum searches and reads initialization files in the following order. 1. Files under the directory set in the environment variable UUMRC 2. $HOME/.uumrc 3. /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/uumrc 4. /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/uumrc uum can connect to the Kana-Kanji conversion server jserver running on the machine from which uum started or another machine over the net- work. Even when uum cannot connect to the server, it can start to complete certain operations that do not require the communication with the Kana-Kanji conversion server. When a conversion key is pressed, an attempt will be made to automatically connect to jserver if uum has not already connected to it.
OPTIONS
The following options are available. -H Starts with the conversion status ON (default). -h Starts with the conversion status OFF. -U Uses UJIS code on the application (the virtual terminal) (default). -J Uses JIS code on the application (the virtual terminal). -S Uses shift-JIS code on the application (the virtual terminal). -T Uses UTF--8 code on the application (the virtual terminal). -u Uses UJIS code on the terminal.(default) -j Uses JIS code on the terminal. -s Uses shift-JIS code on the terminal. -t Uses UTF--8 code on the terminal. -X Starts with terminal flow control ON (default). -x Starts with terminal flow control OFF. -k filenaSpecifies the key binding definition file. If omitted, the difinition file is searched in the following order: 1. File name specified with the setuumkey entry in the initialization file uumrc 2. /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/uumkey -c filenaSpecifies the key code conversion table file. If omitted, the table file is searched in the following order: 1. File name specified with the setconvkey entry in the initialization file uumrc 2. /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/cvt_key_tbl -r filenaSpecifies the mode definition file for roman character-Kana conversion (see wnn_automaton(4)). If a directory name is given, the mode file under the directory will be used as the mode file. If omitted, the difinition file is searched in the following order: 1. File name specified with the setrkfile entry in the initialization file uumrc 2. /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/rk/mode -l number Specifies the number of lines to be used in Kana-Kanji conversion (larger than 0, and smaller than the number of display lines - 1). The default is 1. -D hostnaSpecifies the host name of the Kana-Kanji conversion server (jserver). If omitted, the conversion server is searched in the fol- lowing order: 1. Environment variable JSERVER 2. localhost 3. UNIX domain socket -n usernaSpecifies the user name to use for the environment name for Wnn6. If omitted, the user name is searched in the following order: 1. Environment variable WNNUSER 2. User name of the user who started uum
ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |Availability |SUNWjwncu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
SEE ALSO
jserver(1M), uumkey(4), uumrc(4), wnn_automaton(4), wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4), wnn_mode(4)
NOTES
uum uses one virtual terminal and cannot be started unless a virtual terminal can be obtained. It does not be started either if the ini- tialization file, key binding definition file, or roman character-Kana conversion mode definition table file cannot be found. Dictionaries are administered under the envirnonment name of Wnn6. SunOS 5.10 10 Jan 2003 uum(1)

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