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Re: FC5 very very slow in starting up after adding TrueType fonts



SELinux is disabled, how and which log to check? I am
not proficient in this.


--- Arthur Pemberton <pemboa gmail com> wrote:

> On 5/15/06, Barry Yu <barryyu-cts sbcglobal net>
> wrote:
> >
> > I added around 20 Chinese TrueType fonts ttc files
> into
> > /usr/share/fonts/chinese/ (The current chinese
> fonts directory where
> > originally only 2 truetype fonts), steps as below;
> > # cd /usr/share/fonts/chinese/ttf  (get into
> current Chinese truetype fonts
> > directory)
> > # cp /media/cdrom/*.ttc ./
> > # ttmkfdir > fonts.scale
> > # mkfontdir
> > # chkfontpath -a /usr/share/fonts/chinese/ttf
> >
> > Restart system, and the new added fonts are all
> there, result is perfect
> > except one thing, the system starts very very
> slow;
> > When starting at beginning in text mode, works
> fine.
> > At the point the the arrow  with a spinning loop,
> this process takes 3 and
> > half minutes to reach to the login screen for user
> to input name and pass
> > word.
> > After that everything works fine.
> > What happen and how to get around?
> >
> 
> Do you have SELinux enabled? Have you checked the
> log for error messages?
> 
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