Fcitx (googlepinyin) not working in LUbuntu 21.10

Anybody has got fcitx-googlepinyin working under LUbuntu 21.10? I want to hear from you. thx.

im-config initial stage:

Current configuration for the input method:
 * Default mode defined in /etc/default/im-config: 'cjkv'
 * Active configuration: 'missing' (normally missing)
 * Normal automatic choice: 'ibus' (normally ibus or fcitx or uim)
 * Override rule: 'zh_CN,fcitx:zh_TW,fcitx:zh_HK,fcitx:zh_SG,fcitx'
 * Current override choice: 'fcitx' (Locale='zh_CN')
 * Current automatic choice: 'fcitx'
 * Number of valid choices: 2 (normally 1)
 * Desktop environment: 'LXQt'
The configuration set by im-config is activated by re-starting the system.
Explicit selection is not required to enable the automatic configuration if the active one is default/auto/cjkv/missing.
  Available input methods: ibus fcitx xim
Unless you really need them all, please make sure to install only one input method tool.

After my configuration:

Setting the user configuration /home/me/.xinputrc to fcitx.
Manual configuration selects: fcitx
Flexible Input Method Framework (fcitx)
 * Required for all: fcitx
 * Language specific input conversion support:
   * Simplified Chinese: fcitx-libpinyin or fcitx-sunpinyin or fcitx-googlepinyin
   * Traditional Chinese / generic Chinese: fcitx-rime
   * Generic keyboard translation table: fcitx-table* packages
 * Application platform support:
   Installing fcitx-frontend-all will cover all GUI platforms.
   * GNOME/GTK: fcitx-frontend-gtk2 and fcitx-frontend-gtk3 (both)
   * KDE/Qt5: fcitx-frontend-qt5

The user configuration is modified by im-config.

Restart the session to activate the new user configuration.
If a daemon program for the previous configuration is re-started by the X session manager, you may need to kill it manually with kill(1).
See im-config(8) and /usr/share/doc/im-config/README.Debian.gz for more.
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