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I'm just curious, but does anyone know of a Linux distro that has anti-aliasing fonts disabled by default, and 96 DPI as the default DPI?...
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    a Linux distro that has anti-aliasing fonts disabled by default?


    I'm just curious, but does anyone know of a Linux distro that has anti-aliasing fonts disabled by default, and 96 DPI as the default DPI?

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    I think Kubuntu has anti-aliasing turned off - although that might just be the PPC version...
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    Older distros didn't have AA enabled by default. I'm curious why that's an issue, old hardware?
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