Worldlabel: "most operating systems attempt to manage fonts for you in an all-or-nothing fashion, through which large collections can slow down application speed, in addition to being tiresome to scroll through. The solution is a good font manager, like the open source Fontmatrix."
If you just install Asterisk gui 2.o from:
svn checkout http://svn.digium.com/svn/asterisk-gui/branches/2.0
And got a 404 URL not found <asterisk server> typing http://ip_machine:8088/static/config/index.html
and already did the “make checkconfig” cmd getting an “everything seems good” output.
and already Checked in Asterisk CLI:
In the past I've resorted to manually messing with the maze of font configuration files, but I wonder if somebody has made a font manager that actually works (with fedora naturally). Not just works a little bit, but completely works.
I'm currently playing with "Font Manager" by Jerry Casiano, and while there are some things that work, there are others that don't.
Warning: Unable to load any usable ISO8859 font
Error: Aborting: no font found
It's an up-to-date Slackware64 current, with only ruby and poppler downgraded to 13.0, but I don't think either would do it.