Every time we change some settings or install/remove something of the SCIM, it told us to restart the SCIM. But how?
This is a tiny question but has resided in my brain for a long time. After getting the Japanese input method (scim-anthy) back, I faced to this question again. This time, I decide to find the solution, and here it is:
$ sudo pkill -9 scim
$ scim -d
This is my first time to know the pkill command, and it looks useful. Also, I finally know that the ``scim -d'' command is what I was looking for.