So I've been trying to get OpenOffice to accept SCIM (and by extension, Japanese) input under KDE for a while now, with no mentionable success. Installing the KDE extensions from the openoffice.org-kde package makes it completely ignore SCIM hotkeys, and manually selecting languages via the tray icon doesn't change what characters are sent to OO.o. It works in all other programs, with the sole and only exception being OpenOffice with the KDE extensions. Replacing the KDE extensions with the Gnome ones (openoffice.org-gnome package) makes SCIM work, but OpenOffice becomes unusable. All the icons under the menu bar in the writer disappear upon mouseover, for instance.
This *only* happens without the Gnome extensions.
I figured it might be something with the version available from our repositories, so I downloaded the latest 2.4.0 version from openoffice.org, with the same results. Now I'm trying with the 3.0.0 beta (300_m2), which doesn't work either. BUT, it output something interesting to the terminal when I open up a text document.
GLIBCCX is related to gcc, isn't it? Has it been compiled with an outdated version of it? Would compiling it myself help?Code:/opt/openoffice.org3/program/../basis-link/ure-link/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.9' not found (required by /usr/lib/qt3/plugins/inputmethods/libqscim.so)