"Red Hat has released five Indian language fonts as open source,
licensed under the General Public License. The fonts named 'Lohit'
which means 'Red' in Sanskrit, are available in five Indian
languages including Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi and Tamil.
These fonts will be available with Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise
"Red Hat is stepping up its commitment to the
internationalization and localization of Linux. Red Hat Enterprise
Linux version 3 was the first operating system to be certified by
the Free Standards Group to conform with the Linux Standard Base
(LSB) Internationalized Runtime Environment..."
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