Can anyone please suggest a decent backup program to use? I need to take the following into account:
1. I have a NAS which hosts some files. I want to back these files up to a folder on my local drive.
2. I can connect (through Nautilus) to the SMB share where these files are located, but all of the backup programs I have tried seem to have problems with accessing a SMB share.
In order to fix up the broken display of some Word (Windows) files in LibreOffice, I copied over the entire /windows/Fonts path to file:// (using dolphin via kdesu). The file displays better, but now many system fonts seem to display either in bold or italic, but rarely they the way they used to. What did I screw up and how can I revert this?
I just installed my Windows fonts like I normally do(/usr/share/fonts/truetype/fonts). I did sudo fc-cache -f -v and restarted. When I logged on and went too Google there were no fonts on the page. I tried other websites such as this forum, Neowin and Bing. All didn't have fonts. FontyPython said "Font may be bad and cannot be drawn."
I am trying to get the fonts in my wine programs in Arch to look as sharp as they are in #! but I don't know if I am missing a file. I am using infinality patches. Here's a screenshotOnly the actual programs fonts look blurry. The menu fonts and window decorations (or any fonts against the gray wine background) look normal.