A font primer for Linux
"As recently as two years ago, the average deployed Linux system had inconsistent font support -- some applications were not able to access all the installed fonts on the system, some applications were incapable of anti-aliasing, and a user trying to sort it out quickly became mired in an alphabet soup of confusingly-similar terms: TrueType, OpenType, FreeType, Type 1, et cetera."
(Submitted by Noel Sat Oct 16, 2004 )
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