same linux installation, different font rendering
simon.thum at gmx.de
Thu Aug 6 05:26:54 PDT 2009
Maybe different ~/.fonts.config?
Comparing outputs of fc-list may also help.
> Hi to all.
> I am Giacomo S. from Elettra synchrotron radiation facility, Trieste, Italy.
> We use to develop Qt GUIs on a kubuntu system.
> The development process is as follows:
> 1. develop the application on machine A;
> 2. install the application on machine B, where it has to be run.
> Machine A and B have been installed from the same installation CD:
> -> same X environment/libraries
> -> same nvidia X driver (official NVIDIA, to support multi screen)
> -> same qt libraries
> -> same compiler/libc libc++...
> The problem is that launching the same panel on machine B shows a different
> font rendering with respect to machine A, producing unwanted changes in the
> global layout of the graphical interface elements.
> Although installations are made from the same source and should be totally
> equivalent, I have to add that machine B has a 4 output video card.
> Machines A and B have the same nvidia drivers installed.
> Which is the way to follow to try to solve the issue?
> Thanks for any suggestion.
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