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From: Mihai Rusu <dizzy@...>
Subject: printing from abiword: Error: ttftool: Incomplete TTF file
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 11:43:50 +0200
Hi there

I have a problem which from what I have been able to google it seems to 
be 64bit related. I have a Gentoo/x86_64 system and abiword-2.2.11 
installed (-debug -gnome +jpeg -spell +xml2). I have found a mail thread 
on a debian mailing list with the same problem at:

They say the problem is known to the upstream and that the solution 
involves installing the abiword-gnome package, I have no idea what's the 
equivalent for gentoo but I really hope it is not "USE=gnome emerge 
abiword" because that is unacceptable as one of the main reasons why I 
run a distribution that uses a source based package system si to be able 
to strictly control dependencies (I hate binary package systems that 
when installing a program that doesnt pack it's features in shared 
objects is probably compiled with every feature turned on and requires a 
bulk of stupid libraries).

Any idea how to solve this problem ? Thanks!

Mihai RUSU					Email: dizzy@...
			"Linux is obsolete" -- AST
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