wwsetup, wnn - Sets up the 8-bit option for sendmail and the Wnn
character-cell input method for Japanese
The wwsetup script performs one or both of the following tasks:
+ Enables or disables 8-bit transmission code, which is an option sup-
ported by sendmail software
By default, sendmail uses the 7-bit SMTP mail transmission protocol
that is the standard for sending mail over a TCP/IP network. Note that
enabling the 8-bit option is not generally recommended because it
violates the SMTP mail transmission protocol.
+ Configures the Wnn software that supports a character-cell input
method that is widely used in Japan
If the Tru64 UNIX IOSJPWNNnnn subset is installed, the wwsetup script
asks if you want to create the following links if they do not already
exist on the system:
/usr/local/bin/Wnn4 -->> /usr/i18n/bin/Wnn4
/usr/local/bin/wnn -->> /usr/i18n/lib/wnn
The script also prompts you to enter the password for Wnn dictionaries
if they do not already exist on the system.
Both the links and the dictionary password must be in place before Wnn
software can be used.
Commands: sendmail(8), jserver(1wnn)
Note that the jserver(1wnn) reference page is available only in Japanese
and is included in the subset that contains Japanese translations of refer-
Others: i18n_intro(5), Japanese(5), l10n_intro(5)