Neal Becker wrote:
All point to DejaVu.
I just discovered this, too, a few days ago.
I was rooting around in /etc/fonts/conf.d, trying ot understand what is
goingon there, when I noticed the tail ends of the following 3 files:
I cannot claim to explicitly comprehend the code, but at the end of each
file, there is a Generic Name Assignment and Generic Name Aliasing section,
which would appear to suggest that:
serif is an alias for DejaVu serif
sans-serif is an alias for DejaVu sans-serif
monospace is an alias for DejaVu monospace