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jserver(1m) [sunos man page]

jserver(1M)						  System Administration Commands					       jserver(1M)

NAME
jserver - Wnn6 Kana-Kanji conversion server SYNOPSIS
/usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/jserver [-f file] [-s file] [-h file] [-A file] [-N no] [-pno port_no] [-ds default_wnnds_list] [ + ds] DESCRIPTION
jserver provides one or more users with Kana-Kanji conversion features for Japanese input. It is launched normally from /etc/rc2.d/S94Wnn6 upon the system startup. jserver reads and processes the initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/jserverrc when launched. OPTIONS
The following options are available. -f file Reads as the initialization file instead of the default initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/jserverrc. -s file Stores log in file. When "-" is specified for file, the output is directed to the standard output. -h file Reads as the part of speech data file instead of the default part of speech data file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/hinsi.data. -A file Reads as the access control file instead of the default access conntrol file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/wnnhosts. -N no Uses the value obtained by adding no to the well-known port number(22273), as TCP port number. -pno port_no Uses port_no as TCP port number instead of the well-known port number. -ds default_wnndSpecifies the list of the default dictionary lookup servers. One of the following formats is used for dictionary lookup server. hostname Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses the well-known port number(26208) on host hostname. hostname:Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses the well-known port number + no as port number on host hostname. hostname/Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses port_no as port number on host hostname . Up to three dictionary lookup server can be specified by separating them with a ",". Example: hostname1,hostname2:10,hostname/26228 When this option is used, jserver tries to search and connect to the dictionary lookup server in the order specified on the startup. The dictionary lookup server first connected is used as default server. If this option is omitted and the default dictionary lookup server is defined in the initialization file jserverrc, the default server is tried. If either this option is not specified or the default dictionary lookup server is not defined in the initialization file, jserver does not connect to the dictionary lookup server by default but uses relevant dictionary files directly. FILES
/tmp/jd_sockV6 UNIX domain socket /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnnja/jserverrc jserver initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/wnnhosts Wnn6 access control file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/hinsi.data Wnn6 part of speech data file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/dic/iwanami/* Wnn6 system dictionary ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |Availability |SUNWjwnsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
wnnstat(1), wnnaccess(1M), wnnds(1M), wnnkill(1M), jserverrc(4), wnnhosts(4) SunOS 5.10 10 Jan 2003 jserver(1M)

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jserver(1M)                                               System Administration Commands                                               jserver(1M)

NAME
jserver - Wnn6 Kana-Kanji conversion server SYNOPSIS
/usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/jserver [-f file] [-s file] [-h file] [-A file] [-N no] [-pno port_no] [-ds default_wnnds_list] [ + ds] DESCRIPTION
jserver provides one or more users with Kana-Kanji conversion features for Japanese input. It is launched normally from /etc/rc2.d/S94Wnn6 upon the system startup. jserver reads and processes the initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/jserverrc when launched. OPTIONS
The following options are available. -f file Reads as the initialization file instead of the default initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/jserverrc. -s file Stores log in file. When "-" is specified for file, the output is directed to the standard output. -h file Reads as the part of speech data file instead of the default part of speech data file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/hinsi.data. -A file Reads as the access control file instead of the default access conntrol file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/wnnhosts. -N no Uses the value obtained by adding no to the well-known port number(22273), as TCP port number. -pno port_no Uses port_no as TCP port number instead of the well-known port number. -ds default_wnndSpecifies the list of the default dictionary lookup servers. One of the following formats is used for dictionary lookup server. hostname Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses the well-known port number(26208) on host hostname. hostname:Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses the well-known port number + no as port number on host hostname. hostname/Specifies the dictionary lookup server that uses port_no as port number on host hostname . Up to three dictionary lookup server can be specified by separating them with a ",". Example: hostname1,hostname2:10,hostname/26228 When this option is used, jserver tries to search and connect to the dictionary lookup server in the order specified on the startup. The dictionary lookup server first connected is used as default server. If this option is omitted and the default dictionary lookup server is defined in the initialization file jserverrc, the default server is tried. If either this option is not specified or the default dictionary lookup server is not defined in the initialization file, jserver does not connect to the dictionary lookup server by default but uses relevant dictionary files directly. FILES
/tmp/jd_sockV6 UNIX domain socket /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnnja/jserverrc jserver initialization file /etc/lib/locale/ja/wnn/wnnhosts Wnn6 access control file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/hinsi.data Wnn6 part of speech data file /usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/ja/dic/iwanami/* Wnn6 system dictionary ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |Availability |SUNWjwnsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
wnnstat(1), wnnaccess(1M), wnnds(1M), wnnkill(1M), jserverrc(4), wnnhosts(4) SunOS 5.10 10 Jan 2003 jserver(1M)

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