[ltp] dictd

gustavo linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Sun, 21 Dec 2003 12:28:25 +0200

  I didn't install a dict client, now is OK.

 Thanks again

Antiphon wrote:

>There are several methods to interface with dictd. The command-line tool is 
>called dict. There is also a GTK frontend called gdict and a KDE one called  
>By default Kdict uses a remote server but you can configure it to use your 
>local one rather easily. There's also a GNUStep version called gsdict.
>Both KDE and GNOME front-ends are in the Debian archive (don't know about 
>woody, however). Kdict is in kdeutils and gdict is in gnome-utils.
>The command-line tool works simply by typing dict followed by whatever word 
>you want to look up.
>Hope this helps!
>On Sunday 21 December 2003 04:07 am, gustavo wrote:
>>  Hello
>> I installed a server 'dictd' (on linux Debian woody) and some
>>dictionary databases
>>(dict-gcide, dict-wn) but I didn't understand from the man how use  this
>>  Any help please,  or maybe a link to some quick start with dictd server.
>>gustavo halperin
>>Laboratory for Computer Graphics and CAD
>>Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
>>Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
>>Haifa, Israel 32000
>>Tel:      972-4-829-2334
>>Fax:    972-4-829-5711
>>e-mail: gustavoh@tx.technion.ac.il <mailto:gustavoh@tx.technion.ac.il>

gustavo halperin
Laboratory for Computer Graphics and CAD
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa, Israel 32000

Tel:      972-4-829-2334
Fax:    972-4-829-5711
e-mail: gustavoh@tx.technion.ac.il <mailto:gustavoh@tx.technion.ac.il>