安装完Fedora 13 Livecd X86_64 Beta，系统默认的字体是wqy-zenhei，效果还不错。今天把这个 openoffice-langpack-zh_CN包装上，结果系统默认的字体立即自动变为Umingfonts了，反差真大，丑阿～～！我注意到在安装openoffice-langpack-zh_CN时，系统自动安装了*-Umingfonts 这个依赖包.
We know the default simplified chinese font of Fedora 13 Livecd X86_64 Beta is wqy-zenhei,and it's very nice for most chinese users. But after I installed the package openoffice-langpack-zh_CN,The system's default font change to Uming fonts.It looks ugly.
I noticed that when installing openoffice-langpack-zh_CN,yum installed cjkuni-Uming-font due to package dependencies。
Maybe the fontconfig's profile in /etc/fonts/conf.d let the Uming fonts loaded before wqy-zenhei.
When I removed cjkuni-Uming-font or deleted 64-ttf-arphic-uming.conf the default simplified chinese font change back to wqy-zenhei again.
I think it's a bug because I didn't found the same problem in Debian Squeeze.After I installed cjkuni-Uming-font the default font in Debian is still wqy-zenhei.
I think this is the same bug below:
Bug 589889 - update openoffice-langpack-zh_CN to not require uming
Bug 588132 - Fontconfig's setting will replace wqy-zenhei with uming-fonts after install OpenOffice.org language package
Please use "yum update" to use the lastest Fedora 13 packages, as the fixes is available on Fedora 13 updates, not in Live CD.
Thanks Peng Wu for your comment. I think this can be closed then