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# 1  
Old 02-19-2004
Installing new fonts

Hi All,
I'm running RH 7.3 and wish to install new fonts on the box ? What are the steps in downloading and installing new fonts ?

Thanks,
KENT
# 2  
Old 02-19-2004
Firts! you extract and copy fonts to:

/usr/share/fonts/local/directory_you_put_fonts

Continue use command:

root@localhost3#: fc-cache /usr/share/fonts/local/directory_you_put_fonts

Good luck
# 3  
Old 02-20-2004
downloading fonts

Hi binhnx2000,
Where would be a good site to download fonts ?

Thanks,
KENT
# 4  
Old 02-23-2004
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What is langues font you need ? I think you can use font pakage in CD of Distro Linux. And linux can use Windows font...

All Windows font can use in Linux!

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