Description of problem:
An application that prints pdf documents with ghostscript using the font "Nimbus
Sans L Regular" runs without problems on RHES 3 using rpms:
After upgrading the machine to RHES 4 and using rpms:
the pdf printing did not work.
I assume the problem is the difference of the two files:
In urw-fonts-2.1-5.0 (n0190031.afm and n0190031.pfb) the name of the font reads:
In urw-fonts-2.2-6.1 (n0190031.afm and n0190031.pfb) the name of the font reads:
I guess the extra L causes the problem.
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