Corel photopaint has had a problem for sometime with this (Since Corel is no longer in the linux business, my guess is that will never change)
I went looking for an answer to this question about a year and a half ago and I will share with you what I found.
During the install, the script runs in to a little snag and because of this snag, it doesn't install fonttastic fonts.
1)first thing (as root) is to remove a symbolic link: ie 'rm /etc/init.d" (this makes some people nervous but it gets replaced after a few steps)
2)Navigate to the directory that has all of the .RPMs that came with Photopaint.
3)You have to force install the RPM file named below.
rpm -i --force fonttastic-glibc-2.1-2000.06.22.14.00-1.i386.rpm
4)That step will install and start to font server
5)replace the deleted symbolic link removed in the first step. ie: cd /etc, then type: ln -s rc.d/init.d init.d
You have to log out and log back in but then you should be in business.
The program runs a little slower than it did in Windows but it does the same stuff.