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    Question More GVIM fonts on linux

    Hi All,

    I would like to know how i could install more linux fonts to be used on gvim, have been trying it for a long time now but unsuccessfully.. Anyone help please

    --Deepak

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    hello,
    mine takes any system font i have installed...


    I just select what i want from the pull down menu and any system font available is listed.
    telnet mtrek.game-host.org 1701

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    oh yea - when i did install extra fonts i followed these steps:
    True Type fonts:

    * Open Firefox. Go to http://www.mjmwired.net/resources/mj...a-fc5.html#ttf and download (save to disk) http://www.mjmwired.net/resources/fi...0-1.noarch.rpm. This should save the file to your home folder. If it saves the file to your desktop instead go to your desktop and drag the file into your "Home" folder. (Left mouse click on the file and drag it on top of your "Home" folder while holding the left mouse button down. Then release the mouse button.)

    * Click on the terminal icon. This will open the terminal. Type:

    su

    Hit enter, type your root password and hit enter. (This gives you root privileges in the terminal even though you are still in the default user's home directory.)

    * Type:

    ls

    Hit enter. This will list the contents of your home directory so you can see if the file you just saved is there.

    * Type:

    rpm -ivh *.rpm

    Hit enter. Wait for the installation to complete.

    * Type:

    rm *.rpm

    Hit enter. Type "y" and hit enter. (This deletes the downloaded RPM file in your home directory, however the program is already installed into your system.) Close the terminal. Log out and log back in.


    Taken from http://stanton-finley.net/fedora_cor...ion_notes.html
    telnet mtrek.game-host.org 1701

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    Done

    Thanks a lot pbharris, it did help..

    --Deepak

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