On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, eman wrote:
> Any suggestions for a good one in X?
I've been using xfstt with Redhat 6.x for about a year now amd have rarely
had problems with it. Once you get it, read the FAQ which tells you how to
get started quickly.
If you have Windows on your machine, make a symbolic link to "fonts" in
your "windows" directory in /usr/ttfonts (/usr/ttfonts is not a symbolic
link; the link is placed within this directory). If this works, run it
from /etc/rc.d/rc.local (to run it upon each reboot) and put the path
mentioned in the FAQ into your XF86Config file.
This is probably not a very elegant solution, but has served me well. It
was the only true-type server I could get working when I first started
using Linux, and have stuck with it because it's very simple to get going,
in my experience at least.
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