On Mon, 2006-05-22 at 15:29 -0400, Mike A. Harris wrote: > - Run ntsysv (or equivalent) and disable the xfs service from > starting at boot time. > > - Run "service xfs stop" to shut down xfs > > - Edit xorg.conf and comment out the unix:/7100 font path. > Add a FontPath that points to the "misc" font directory. > > - Start the X server. It should start correctly as long as you > have properly configured the misc font path, as it will then > still be able to find "fixed" and "cursor". I've been doing this ever since GNOME2 was released. The only apps I use anymore that depend on core fonts are xmms (GTK 1.x) and vnviewer (Toolkit: ???). xscreensaver was finally killed off by gnome-screensaver.
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