On Mon, 2006-05-22 at 15:29 -0400, Mike A. Harris wrote:
- Run ntsysv (or equivalent) and disable the xfs service from
starting at boot time.
- Run "service xfs stop" to shut down xfs
- Edit xorg.conf and comment out the unix:/7100 font path.
Add a FontPath that points to the "misc" font directory.
- Start the X server. It should start correctly as long as you
have properly configured the misc font path, as it will then
still be able to find "fixed" and "cursor".
I've been doing this ever since GNOME2 was released. The only apps I use
anymore that depend on core fonts are xmms (GTK 1.x) and vnviewer
(Toolkit: ???). xscreensaver was finally killed off by