Right.. :) Anyone got any good ideas for this... I've followed the instructions on redhat's site
(copy fonts to a directory, run ttmkfdir -o fonts.dir there, and chkfontpath --add <dir>,
/etc/rc.d/init.d/xfs restart), but all I get is
"This font is unavailable"... they turn up in a selector box, just can't be used.. :(
I know I can add another font server or whatever, but they seem to claim it'll work this way!
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