Has anyone got this little program to work???
I tried to install in on windows, and the linux environment program, just stalled. so twice, so its not working on my windows machine… also logged into my linux system, and it wont install under the adept package manager or the rpm
I can’t seem to get this to work, as I would like to convert a font to TTF to add in FLIR for a client (as a nice touch/ it will be the same as their launch newsletter), who’s site is going live 13th march…
can someone help?
on my computer I can boot into either windows or kubuntu, but it wont install in kubuntu
Aye, ok. You may need to compile from source then.
to install the necessary build tools. When done:
Next, pull a stable fontforge package:
Let’s assume you have a truetype hinting license from Apple, so we can actually use/make the fonts we need:
Change /* #define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER */ to #define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER
Press Control + X Control + Y Return
Now to compile:
if the compile went successfully, with no errors
now for the actual meat, fontforge:
Again, if successful:
If all succeeded, you should be able to run with either
This worked for me back on Gutsy Gibbon, but it should work for Intrepid Ibex also as well as Jaunty Jackalope. Also, I wrote this assuming that you (or anybody else reading) had no previous knowledge, no offense to anybody if it’s too easy for them.
Oh, sauce: http://www.openfontlibrary.org/wiki/Fon … n.2FUbuntu
although I got linux and have had for a while, I am still really bad at learning it
You could learn it my way (I took courses on Minix back in school, for which is basic knowledge enough for Linux), or like everyone else, find every possible way to break everything, and then fix it one google at a time. :D
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