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Released under a licence which permits free distribution but not modification, the Luxi fonts are not free software. This led to their removal from Debian package of XFree86 as well as Fedora.
- Luxi Sans, a family of four sans-serif fonts.
- Luxi Serif, a family of four serif fonts.
- Luxi Mono, a family of four monospace fonts.
- Only version 1.2 (created on 2001-10-12) is available.
- Inititially, they appeared as Type 1 fonts under the name Lucidux in XFree86 4.0 (released on 2000-03-08, added to XFree86 3.9.18Za a day earlier).
- They are available as TTF fonts since XFree86 4.2.0 (18 January 2002); they were added to the XFree86 source tree on the 12th of December 2001 (XFree86 22.214.171.124).
- Download the Luxi fonts
- XFree86 Changelog
- Announcement of availability
- Discussion about inclusion in TeX Live
- Chroboczek, Juliusz (2002-08-17). "Re: xft and xfree86-truetype-fonts". debian-x mailing list. http://lists.debian.org/debian-x/2002/08/msg00134.html. Retrieved 2013-05-17.
- "Bug 317641 – xorg-x11 fonts with bad licenses need to be fixed or removed". bugzilla.redhat.com. 2007-10-03. Retrieved 2013-05-17.
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