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I install the Xview system on a Monkey Linux
distrubution running over a Pc (Intel Pentium).

When  I try to start up the X-enviroment using openwin
the init process fail getting back to tty  and appearing  the message:

- Can´t open glyph font.

How do I solve this problem?  

Miguel Rodriguez.  
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laeuchli earned 160 total points
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I think the problemis the you don't have the right font. Install all the font packages on your disk and if that does not work, write me.

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