I'm not sure if TT ones work with RH linux, but if they do ... I'll make sure to test some out ... I have a cd of fonts from a long time ago, i'm not sure if they were TT fonts. I'll have to check. If so, that'd be great! I'll just have to find me some collections for cheap somewhere ...
Re: Fonts on Linux
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I no longer see anything like the cheap font collection on the Bitstream page. Funny thing is, I never really got much use out of mine anyway, since Windows improved their free fonts to the point where it's useable.
I also found something called "Key fonts" or something like that. I think Key made various collections of clip art and other shovelware CD's. I used to use a Bookman font by SSI from that disc, 'till Office came out with a decent one. So, you might find disc's like that in a bin at your local consumer-style computer megastore.
You can also download a bunch from Microsoft's Typography site.