Good Looking Slackware Fonts

For a while now, I have been using the article at http://brendan.sdf-eu.org/articles/antialiasing_slack.php to set up antialiased fonts on my Slack box.

Today, I went to the site and couldn’t access it. So, in the interests of … well, my own interest really, I have rescued the article from the Wayback Machine (a great resource) and restored it here. The article says it’s for Slack 9.0, but I can confirm it works in versions up to and including 11.0. This is a well written and easy to follow article and I hope that it’s down temporarily only. The page is available by going to http://web.archive.org/web/20060528211633/http://brendan.sdf-eu.org/articles/antialiasing_slack.php

The page is now back up, so I have removed the bits. Please go directly to the link at the top of this article to read the original.

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Posted on 12 February, 2007, in How To, Idiot's Journey, Open Source. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Ray,

    I think it would be a good idea to continue preserving a copy of it offline if you think that the site will go down again.

  2. I think his server just had a glitch – and if I have to I can just grab a copy from wayback again…

  3. Link doesnt work for me but wayback did work

  4. Been looking for True-Type fonts for hours already and came across your post. Thanks. The link you gave was a very useful tutorial ^_^

  5. Thanks that is a great article and thanks to Alexa way back machine
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