Fonts and Ubuntu
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 13:30:31 CST 2009
Damien Girard wrote:
> To install new font on Linux you must copy the file to
> /usr/share/fonts or /home/username/.fonts/ and then rebuild the font
> cache with:
> sudo fc-cache -f -v
Merde! This really fantastic sort of stuff is part of what puts
ordinary people off Linux.
This is, at least for Ubuntu, only partly true.
I created a directory call 'Fonts' in my Home directory; Open Office
recognises any font
popped in there without and fancy cache stuff . . . Wouldn't it be
lovely if that were possible
for RunRev and RunRev derived standalone.
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