I'm using Ubuntu 14.04.1. After upgrading the Linux Kernel to 3.16.2, the Unity Greeting screen text is unreadable. Only the text is a problem. Otherwise, the screen is fully functional as long as I know what to choose and where to type - i.e. I can enter my password and continue.
greeting = social.greeting("Hi Everybody! This is my first post here. I have been a lurker for some time, maybe a few months, and have gotten some help from others q&a so I figured I would join and perhaps be able to contribute back. I'm a Linux Systems Engineer by day and my distro of choice is Debian.
We have to print bar codes onto labels, sheets of 21, 14 and 2 so a Zebra printer is out of the question, but the printer we are using (HP M401DN) doesn't hold the soft fonts for more than one job which means if I send the font to the printer and someone else prints something out the font is 'lost'.
Can someone post a guide/tutorial how to install custom font on our lovely LG Optimus G Pro? I don't want to use "push to system/font" method. :D. When i was using Galaxy S3 mini, i can create a custom .apk font (Flip Font) file via decompile/recompile other .apk font. But when i install those .apk font to OGP, the font doesn't show up on display setting.