Re: font fix found, but how to make it stick?
I found this to be quite informative:
My best fix so far has been to wipe any ISO10646 font files that
also come in an ISO8859 version by doing this:
# delete the files listed here...
find /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts \
| grep ISO8859-1 | egrep '/misc|(75|100)dpi/' \
| sed -e 's/-ISO8859-1//' |
while read f; do
[ ! -f $f ] && continue
zcat $f | grep -q ISO10646 && echo $f
for fdir in misc 75dpi 100dpi ; do
It fixes my app. I have not found any broken apps yet...
On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 04:51:15PM -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I think I have a related problem.
> Invoking acroread on my (woody) laptop, I get an error message
> "Warning: charset of fontList (ISO10646-1) does not match locale (ISO8859-1)."
> Acroread displays little dotted boxes instead of characters in
> its menu bar.
> But if I use ssh -X to log into the laptop from my (woody) desktop,
> the laptop is able to correctly run acroread on the desktop's display.
> Interestingly, /etc/locale.gen on the desktop (acroread OK) is empty
> except for comments. /etc/locale.gen on the laptop (acroread broken)
> contains two lines:
> en_US ISO-8859-1
> en_US.UTF-8 UTF-8
> So it appears "locales" is not compatible with acroread for
> some reason. Can I safely remove and purge "locales"?
> Will it make any difference?
> Is "fontList" documented somewhere?
> Google shows
> same question, went unanswered.
> I went "upstream" and got
> and it's got the same problem.