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Re: [K12OSN] open office font



I dont have a Microsoft Windows installed in my server.
I have only ltsp 3.0 and i just installed open office because it doesn't
come with the package of rh7.3.

All my workstation are linux diskless.

> If you have Microsoft Windows installed on your server (for example,
> as a dual-boot) then your Windows partition might be found in
> /mnt/windows
> or something like that.
> 
> If not, but you do have a legitimate copy of Windows, then you can
> just copy the fonts to a directory and let spadmin load those.
> 
> The Font De-Uglification Howto will have other suggestions.
> 
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