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|Originally Published: Saturday, 30 June 2001||Author: Dimitris Economou|
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Adding Fonts to X
Even though X does come with a large variety of fonts, we all have probably wanted to add other fonts for multinational character support or any other appropriate reason. First of all, the fonts must be located and in the proper format, usually pcf. Now, move the fonts to any directory you desire; usually fonts are placed in the following path: /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts, but they are not...