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i upgrade system from fedora10 to 11 when i start the system i got following error

Unable to keep input method running giving up to bring the process up because main input method process for SCIM rapidly died many time.See .imsettings.log for more details

.imsettings.log file contains this

imsettings information
==========================
Is DBus enabled:yes
Is imsettings enabled:yes
Is GTK+ supported:yes
Is Qt supported:no

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Fedora :: Unable To Keep Input Method Running?

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i upgrade system from fedora10 to 11 when i start the system i got following error Unable to keep input method running giving up to bring the process up because main input method process for SCIM rapidly died many time.See .imsettings.log for more details

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IM-Settings-Daemon[2595]: CRITICAL **: Giving up to bring the process up because Main Input Method process for SCIM rapidly died many times. See .imsettings.log for more details.

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