> Friends,
>     For all those who wanted to  see   fonts of local language, already
> available on Windows platform on Linux machine.
>
>      Here's how I integrated them on GNU/Linux as root.
>
>      Step 1 :
>       Created a new directory 'TrueType' under /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts.
>
>      Step 2 :
>       Added the pathname to the configuration file (XF86Config) wherever it
>      is
>      (under /etc or /)
>
>      Step 3 :
>       Copied all ttf fonts taken from Windows fonts directory to the newly
>      created
>      TrueType directory under GNU/Linux.
>
>      Step 4 :
>       (Here's where most of the documentation on them went wrong.)
>
>       Under /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType,
>       # ttmkfdir -m 100 -o fonts.scale
>
>      Step 5 :
>       # tac fonts.scale > fonts.dir
>
>      Step 6 :
>       Edit the file fonts.dir and go to the last line where a decimal number
>      would
>      be listed. Cut it from there and paste the number as the first line on
>      this
>      file and then save. (Remove it and make it the first line)
>
>      Step 7 :
>       # cat fonts.dir > fonts.scale
>
>      Step 8 :
>       Restart X server.
>
>      SAY CHEERS and GET GOING !!!
>
>      RE-DEDICATE YOURSELF TO A CAUSE. PROMOTE GNU/LINUX.
>
>      Regards to all,
>      CK Raju,
>      Kerala Institute of Local Administration, Thrissur, INDIA



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