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revised How to execute a php file when a cron job is created
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revised ~/.profile is not loaded when using SSH (Ubuntu)
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comment setting monospaced font on Emacs?
dfont is actually a container for TrueType fonts, so you just need to extract them. Fondu will do that for you.
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revised Grub doesn't show OS selection menu when booting a dual boot setup
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answered Deleted system files in fonts folder, can't put them back
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comment setting monospaced font on Emacs?
If what you really want is Monaco, is there any reason you can't just copy that from your OS X box and install it user-local on this system?
Mar
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comment setting monospaced font on Emacs?
I guess it could have been DejaVu Sans Mono; that's a pretty common default mono font for Linux distros. The screenshot you have up there really looks like Liberation Mono, though. If you have access to an environment where it works as before, you can use M-x describe-font to find out for sure. There are other problems it could be, though. Perhaps the font you had isn't installed by default anymore; there's a good chance this upgrade was from 10.04 LTS to 12.04 LTS, and the former is one release before the new Ubuntu fonts were added. (I don't use Ubuntu, so not entirely sure on this info.)
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comment redshift color adjustment with hardware/software cursor
f.lux has the same problem. It's not anything about redshift that causes the problem, it's just that the hardware cursor bypasses pretty much any color adjustment. I've seen people have the same problem with f.lux on Windoze, even.
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