I'm relatively new to Linux however I think u should
try installing the xfonts-75dpi package as well. Some
packages look for 75dpi fonts too....maybe that's
what's causing the problem....in either case both
100dpi and 75dpi versions of fonts can co-exist on the
same machine so no harm in trying.
--- harsha <email@example.com> wrote:
> when i start abiword there is a popup err message
> which says could
> not load font or fontset from the X window system
> display server:
> When I start icewm it also complains about lot of
> fonts missing. which
> package installtion is neccessary?
> Presently these are the files related to fonts on my
> ii console-data 1999.08.29-21 Keymaps, fonts,
> charset maps, fallback table
> ii console-tools- 0.2.3-23 Shared libraries
> for Linux console and font
> ii defoma 0.4.5 Debian Font
> Manager -- automatic font config
> ii kbd 1.06-1 Linux console font
> and keytable utilities.
> ii libfreetype6 126.96.36.19910514 FreeType 2 font
> engine, shared library files
> ii t1lib1 1.1.1-2 Type 1 font
> rasterizer library - runtime
> ii xfonts-100dpi 4.0.3-4 100 dpi fonts for
> ii xfonts-base 4.0.3-4 standard fonts for
> ii xfs 4.0.3-4 X font server
> would really appreciate some help.
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