uralic-ttf-0.0.20040603nb1.tgz


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Description

uralic-ttf - Font for Uralic languages with Russian-based writing systems

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 7.2
Repository NetBSD i386
Package filename uralic-ttf-0.0.20040603nb1.tgz
Package name uralic-ttf
Package version 0.0.20040603nb1
Package release -
Package architecture i386
Package type tgz
Category fonts
Homepage http://peoples.org.ru/eng_uralic.html
License gnu-gpl-v2
Maintainer -
Download size 461.76 KB
Installed size 1.33 MB
The Uralic fonts contain additional letters used in most Uralic
languages with Russian-based writing systems - Khanty (all dialects),
Komi, Mansi (without marking long vowels), Mari, Nenets, Selkup
and Udmurt. According to Musayev, the fonts also support Altai,
Chukchi, Even, Evenki, Koryak and Nanai.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
uralic-ttf-0.0.20040603nb1.tgz 0.0.20040603nb1 amd64 NetBSD
uralic-ttf - - -

Download

Type URL
Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
Binary Package uralic-ttf-0.0.20040603nb1.tgz
Source Package uralic-ttf

Install Howto

Install uralic-ttf tgz package:

# pkg_add uralic-ttf

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