100 dpi fonts for X
Descriptionxfonts-100dpi provides a set of bitmapped fonts at 100 dots per inch. In most cases it is desirable to have the X font server (xfs) and/or an X server installed to make the fonts available to X clients. This package contains only fonts in the ISO 10646-1 and ISO 8859-1 encodings, to conserve disk space. For other encodings, see the xfonts-100dpi-transcoded package. This package and xfonts-75dpi provide the same set of fonts, rendered at different resolutions; only one or the other is necessary, but both may be installed. xfonts-100dpi may be more suitable for large monitors and/or large screen resolutions (over 1024x768). This package requires the xfonts-utils package to prepare the font directories for use by an X server or X font server.
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