[Fontconfig] Problems with configuring fontconfig
Rodrigo Dias Arruda Senra
Wed, 2 Apr 2003 00:19:48 -0300
Rodrigo Senra wrote:
| > ------
| > No fonts found;...
Keith Packard wrote:
| This is most likely caused by broken files holding cached information
| about the available fonts. You should be able to fix this by running (as
| # fc-cache -f
| and then as yourself:
| $ fc-cache -f
Thank you Keith.
But running fc-cache is taking 100% CPU and simply never stops in
my PIII-1Ghz. I quit after 10 minutes. Did I quit too soon ?
In fact, I manage to make fonts work by editing manually /etc/fonts/font.conf,
where I added the absolute path to directories containing font files.
I thought I could specify a base path, and fontconfig would recurse down
that path seeking the effective files.
Since my fontconfig.tex file is incomplete (from fcpackage.2_1),
what should be the expected behaviour ? Should I compile Xrender and
Xft1 ? If so, what would be the suggested procedure.
Rodrigo Senra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
GPr Sistemas http://www.gpr.com.br
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