I have installed dictd from Ubuntu Software Center in my Ubuntu 14.04. I want to use it as an offline dictionary but can't find it's application by pressing the superkey.
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Run 'pydict.py' in SFPD. This does not need you to install additional applications other than Python 3, dictd, dict-wn and python-gobject.
You can't find in among the applications, because
dictd in itself is a console application, you have to use a frontend application for it, e.g.
In console, you would simple just write
dict [options] word. You can look up the options at the
man page of
What I did not cover in this answer is the installation of a dictionary to the
dictd database. As I have not used the software personally, I cannot provide a solution for this, but you may surely find guides for it on the internet.