Re: Fonts in X [Off Topic]
On Wed, 22 Apr 1998, Stephen Carpenter wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Apr 1998, Luiz Otavio L. Zorzella wrote:
> > Yeah! Is there a good reason why xffst is not started in /etc/rc.boot
> > (or something)?
> I can think of a reason or two...no not really...
> there is a problem with trying to stop it (without using
> kill-all) and you can't sync it whjile it runs...
> other than that...no
> I think it should be started on startup
start-stop-daemon uses a pid-file that stores the PID of the running
daemon so it knows which program to stop later. And 'xfstt --sync' causes
xfstt to sync with the fonts in /var/ttfonts. So there is not really a
> > BTW, can you help me in (finally) better understanding the True
Type > > files?
> I will try :)
> > There are
> > *.ttf
> True Type FOnt
> > *.fon
> Old Style bitmapped font
> > *.ttr
> > *.for
> NFI on these two
Used by Windows 3.x to store some information about TT fonts. There should
be one for every *.ttf file.
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