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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP 5EL and Wine



If you installed the fontforge package after creating the user's .wine
folder, perhaps wine isn't able to pick up the addition of new fonts.  Try:

rm -rf ~/.wine
winecfg

and see if that works now that fontforge is installed.

-Rob

Kemp, Levi wrote:
> Ok, I thought I had figured this out but apparently not. The only thing that seems to make a difference is renaming the fonts folder in wine. It then seems to go out and find the system fonts from CentOS, but not all of them. I'm wondering if copying all the TFF files into the .wine fonts folder would fix it? I'll try it when I get home, that's where I've been messing with it for now. I don't want to mess with my server too much before school. Is there a way I can remove and then reinstall wine but showing what may have went wrong? Debug it is what I mean. So I can get a better idea of what might be causing this, I don't think recompiling it made a difference, and neither did installing all the other font packages. Thanks.
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> Levi
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> From: k12osn-bounces redhat com on behalf of Rob Owens
> Sent: Fri 7/27/2007 2:18 PM
> To: Support list for open source software in schools.
> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP 5EL and Wine
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> By the way, I installed wine from the rpmforge repository.
>
> -Rob
>
> Rob Owens wrote:
>   
>> I think I had to install the 'fontforge' package from the rpmforge repo
>> in order to get text in my menus in wine.  I don't know why fontforge
>> isn't considered a dependency of wine, since it seems to be required.
>>
>> -Rob
>>
>> Kemp, Levi wrote:
>>  
>>     
>>> I've switched to using K12LTSP 5EL 32bit and really love it. It seems to
>>> be a more stable than 6 was and I've had better luck with integration
>>> into AD. Actually everything is working great except I'm having some
>>> weird trouble with wine. I've got 5EL installed on my server at school
>>> and on my pc at home, reinstalled twice now. But every time it's the
>>> same, there is no text in wine. The menus, buttons, etc, are there, but
>>> no text. I've checked for font packages but that hasn't seemed to help.
>>> Should I ask the Wine list, or the CentOS list? I've always had great
>>> luck here so I thought I'd ask you all first. I need it for a couple of
>>> legacy windows apps hosted on a file server. They ran great on K12LTSP
>>> 6, but I like the release schedule better for EL. Also, I've got another
>>> app that won't run under wine, and was considering using a virtual xp
>>> setup. Any thoughts on a good way to do that? Or would it just be easier
>>> to run a windows terminal server? Thanks.
>>>
>>> Levi Kemp
>>> Technology Specialist
>>> Bolivar R-I School District
>>> 417-328-8943
>>> lnkemp bolivar k12 mo us
>>>
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