BandiPat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Not sure if that is possible though without upsetting something else.
> These are just a few of the conflicts I get when trying to install
> fontconfig files.
> file /etc/fonts/fonts.conf from install of fontconfig-2.2.0-14 conflicts
> with file from package xf86tools-0.1-537
> file /etc/fonts/fonts.dtd from install of fontconfig-2.2.0-14 conflicts
> with file from package XFree86-4.3.0-15
> I haven't tried to force it to see if anything bad happens, but
> obviously XFree86 is something that is needed to do X graphics, right?
> I'll go with your expertise on this as I know fontconfig will be used a
> lot for such things as Gimp.
You should be careful here since it might be a bad idea to overwite
/etc/fonts/fonts.conf since this is the system-wide font configuration
for everything that uses fontconfig. I would suggest you make a backup
of this file before you install fontconfig. Overwriting the DTD
shouldn't do any harm.
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