[Bug 882267] Warning about /etc/fonts/conf.d/50-user.conf

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Tue Feb 4 03:10:40 UTC 2014


--- Comment #14 from Akira TAGOH <tagoh at redhat.com> ---
(In reply to Grégoire Paris from comment #11)
> I'll check both directories. Is there any way I can run/debug the migration
> script ?

Well, it will happens at the runtime in fontconfig library. no scripts, but

(In reply to Grégoire Paris from comment #12)
> Oh and by the way, I did not migrate fedora from 19 to 20 (I lacked the disk
> space to do the migration), so I installed a brand new fedora, but I kept my
> old /home partition. Do you think your point is still valid ?

So, yes.

(In reply to Grégoire Paris from comment #13)
> Here are the results some commands I ran :
> > ls -la |grep .fonts
> > drwxrwxr-x.   3 greg greg    4096  3 août   2013 .fonts
> > lrwxrwxrwx.   1 greg greg      40 21 déc.  13:48 .fonts.conf -> /home/greg/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf

This is good and means the migration has been done once.

> > drwxrwxr-x.   2 greg greg    4096  3 août   2013 .fonts.conf.d

but this looks bad and the reason why you still see this warning. I guess
you've restored your old configuration once the migration completed.

> > /home/greg/.config/fontconfig/conf.d:
> > total 4
> > -rw-r--r--. 1 greg greg 1755  3 août   2013 10-powerline-symbols.conf

In fact you have the same files in both new and old places.

> As you can see, permissions look good, but I have a config file for
> powerline fonts both in ~/.fonts.conf.d and in ~/.config/fontconfig/conf.d .
> What do I need to do ? Remove the file in ~/.config/fontconfig/conf.d and
> run the migration script ? And if yes, again, how can I run the migration
> script ?

So, if you want to do this automatically, you could simply remove
.config/fontconfig/conf.d. or you can remove .fonts.conf.d and create a symlink
to .config/fontconfig/conf.d will do the same thing.

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