How to Install and Uninstall tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch Package on Fedora 36

Last updated: April 24,2024

1. Install "tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch" package

Here is a brief guide to show you how to install tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch on Fedora 36

$ sudo dnf update $ sudo dnf install tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch

2. Uninstall "tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch" package

Please follow the guidelines below to uninstall tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch on Fedora 36:

$ sudo dnf remove tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch $ sudo dnf autoremove

3. Information about the tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch package on Fedora 36

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Available Packages
Name : tiresias-pc-fonts
Version : 1.0
Release : 29.fc36
Architecture : noarch
Size : 54 k
Source : tiresias-fonts-1.0-29.fc36.src.rpm
Repository : fedora
Summary : Specialized fonts for use on PCs for the visually impaired
License : GPLv3+ with exceptions
Description :
: The Tiresias family of fonts has been designed for use in multiple environments
: to help improve legibility, especially for individuals with visual impairment.
: It includes specialized fonts for information labels, control labels (for key
: tops), large print publications, computer systems, television subtitling, and
: signs.
: The PCfont family is specialized for people with poor vision to use on PC
: screens using large characters. The only difference between the PCfont and
: the PCfont Z families is whether the zero is crossed out or not. In the
: PCfont family, the zero is _not_ crossed out, which may lead to some
: confusion.