Description of problem:
glest gives the following error:
Exception: Font not found.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
This sounds like there is a missing requires for one or more font packages. I'll try to track this down and see if I can figure out which ones. I don't see this problem, but I have almost all of the available fonts installed.
Is there a traceback or anything like that? It looks like glest does generic font lookups and I wouldn't expect it to fail trying to use a font. Is there anything unusual about the fonts that you do have installed?
I was able to reproduce the error by mucking with the glest.ini file in ~/.glest . You might want to try removing your .glest directory and letting glest recreate it. At the very least take a look at the config settings for the various categories of fonts and make sure they are OK (sane and not specifying fonts you don't have installed).
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