cuum



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NAME

       cuum - To start the front-end processor.


SYNOPSIS

       cuum  [-h/H] [-x/X]
             [-k uumkeyfile ]  [-c convertkeyfile ]
             [-r rkfile ]      [-D hostname ]
             [-n username ]    [-l lines ]


DEFAULT PATH

       /usr/local/bin/cWnn4/cuum


DESCRIPTION

       There are two more input environments:
       (1) Pinyin centred input environment
       (2) Zhuyin centred input environment
       These  two  environments  can be started up by using the "-r" option of
       the "cuum" command together with the default path of each  input  envi-
       ronment.   For  example,  to activate Pinyin centred input environment,
       execute the following:
            cuum  -r  /usr/local/lib/wnn/zh_CN/rk_p

       Once "cuum" is executed, the initialization file for the front-end pro-
       cessor  will  be  read  from  ONE of the following paths, in decreasing
       order:
       (1) The file specified by the UUMRC C-Shell environment
           variable.
       (2) @HOME/.uumrc
       (3) /usr/local/lib/wnn/zh_CN/uumrc  (default path)

       After the initialization file is read, all the initializing  operations
       set in the file will be performed.

       If the user happens to start up cuum after it has already been started,
       an error message will be given.  Refer to cWnn  manual  for  the  error
       messages.


OPTIONS

       -H     The input mode will be set to ON after the startup of cuum.

       -h     The  input  mode  will  be  set to OFF after the startup of cuum
              (default).

       -X     During cuum startup, the flow control of tty is ON (default).

       -x     During cuum startup, the flow control of tty is OFF.

       -k     uumkeyfile
              Specify the keyboard definition file.  If  this  option  is  not
              specified, ONE of the following definition files will be read by
              default, in decreasing order:
              (1) The filename indicated by "setuumkey" in the
                  initialization file "uumrc".
              (2) /usr/local/lib/wnn/zh_CN/uumkey

       -c     convertkeyfile
              Specify the conversion file for the keyboard  input  codes.   If
              this option is not specified, ONE of the following files will be
              read by default, in decreasing order:
              (1) The filename indicated by "setconvkey" in the
                  initialization file "uumrc" .
              (2) /usr/local/lib/wnn/cvt_key_tbl

       -r     rkfile
              Specify the directory of the input mode definition file  of  the
              input  automaton.   If  this option is not specified, ONE of the
              followings will be read by default, in decreasing order:
              (1) The directory indicated by "setrkfile" in the
                  initialization file "uumrc".
              (2) /usr/local/lib/wnn/zh_CN/rk

       -l     lines
              Specify the number of lines for input at the  front-end  proces-
              sor.  (0  <  lines  <  window_line-1).
              The  maximum  input  line  is  the  window  line minus one.  The
              default line number is 1.

       -D     hostname
              Specify the server at another host indicated by
              hostname.  In this case, each user environment may  be  set  via
              "setenv"  in  the  front-end  processor initialization file, for
              example "uumrc".
              If no hostname is specified, the one specified by  the  environ-
              ment variable CSERVER will be used.

       -n     username
              Specify  the  username for the front-end processor. If the user-
              name is not specified, the value in environment variable UUMUSER
              will  be taken as the default value.  If UUMUSER is not defined,
              the username of the current front-end processor will be taken.


NOTE

       1.     The command options inside [ ] shown in the Command Format indi-
              cates  that they are optional.  If they are not required, "cuum"
              alone is sufficient to start up the front-end processor.

       2.     During the startup of cuum, a "pty" is required from the operat-
              ing  system.   If  "pty"  is unable to be obtained, cuum startup
              will fail.  Similarly, if the initialization file, input automa-
              ton definition files and keyboard definition file cannot be read
              in, cuum startup will also fail.



                                  13 May 1992                          CUUM( )

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