Problem with KDE in Ubuntu
f_kereki at cs.com.uy
Thu Jul 7 11:20:24 CDT 2005
I installed Ubuntu in my kid's PC, with both Gnome and KDE, but had a
problem with the latter -- fonts were too small (for example, in GIMP or
the terminal console) and couldn't be read.
After searching for a while, I found that you in KDE you had to run
gnome-settings-daemon and then your font settings from
gnome-control-center would work.
To make this an automatic process, you have to set a script at every
$HOME/.kde/Autostart directory, with:
Wouldn't it be a better idea if this was done automatically in Ubuntu?
PS. If there's a better place for the command, let me know!
PPS. I also fixed /etc/kde3/kdmrc so ServerArgsLocal would include the
option -dpi 100 -- this should also be added, shouldn't it?
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