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    How to improve fonts in Debian Squeeze?


    Using Debian Squeeze

    I have been searching for information about settings for fonts. I found an article about using a patched libcairo2 package. Loving the Penguin: Ubuntu font rendering in Debian Squeeze Has anyone tried this? Can I get good fonts with using a .fonts.conf file or would it be better to use both? I would appreciate help with this. I have trouble understanding the various components of the .fonts.conf file and what settings to choose. Mainly I find the fonts a little thin/fine.

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    debian-bits-and-snips.blogspot.com/2011/03/improved-font-rendering-with-lcd-filter.html : Debian Bits And Snips: Improved Font Rendering With Lcd Filter Patches In Cairo

    debian-bits-and-snips.blogspot.com/2011/03/run-iceweasel-4-on-squeeze.html

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