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Old 04-18-2003, 09:20 PM   #1
KePSuX
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Vera Font


Im running redhat 9.0 and trying to install the new Vera fonts. Ive donwloaded and untared them, then moved them into /usr/share/fonts/ in a subdirectory /vera . then while in /usr/share/fonts i ran fc-cache. the font is not in my list of avaliable fonts off the preferances->fonts menu, nor is it avaliable to any program. I have also placed the fonts in /home/username/.fonts and gotten no results. X has been restarted. I know im doing something silly, any ideas? Thanks alot.
 
  


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