On the previous installation of Ubuntu on my Dell Vostro I used a snapshot version of Emacs to have much better looking anti-aliased fonts while editing. Today, in the afternoon, when I checked the default version of Emacs on my fresh installation of Lucid Lynx I was pleasantly surprised to discover that a recent version of Emacs with anti-aliased font support had become the default. So I just had to enter the following to install Emacs 23:
Read the rest of Emacs with anti-aliased fonts.
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