The Korean Solaris operating environment starts the htt input method server automatically when you start up the Solaris operating environment in a locale that requires an input method. htt continues to run and service applications that start up and connect to it. If you need to restart htt, refer to "How and When htt is Started," on page 15.
So each Korean Solaris application that uses htt for Korean character input typically finds htt running when it starts up. To get htt's service for language input, htt should be running before an application is started. If an application does not find htt running when it starts up, that application may not be able to get the input service even if htt is started later.
The input method server comprises three related programs (htt_props, htt, htt_server) processes running together. One process controls the input method server properties, one process controls the population of the input method server (i.e., a watch dog process), and the third handles input methods of clients.
Usually, you don't need to know the details of these three processes. When htt is started, htt_props and htt_server are started automatically.