Is there an application to simply preview a font from a TTF file without installing it?
I'd like to use a truetype font in xterm/uxterm (version 278) but I get problems with unicode symbols (é for example displays fine, so I guess it's not a disabled utf8 or a locale issue): $ echo -e ...
I have a monospace .ttf font I really like (UbuntuBeta Mono). Is there any way I can use it (or convert first and then use, if needed) for the console in freeBSD? I know there is ...
I rather dislike the available tty fonts and would rather use Menlo, which is what I use in OS X's Terminal. Menlo is in a .ttc format, but (from the contents of /usr/share/consolefonts) Linux seems ...
On Linux, I can easily extract the height / width / ascent / descent dimensions of Xorg fonts via xlsfonts, e.g. $ xlsfonts -ll -fn 9x15 | egrep 'bounds|max' bounds: width left right ...
I'm trying to install TTF fonts, for a normal user account, on my RHEL5.4 box The steps I followed are : $ cd ~ $ mkdir .fonts $ cd .fonts $ wget -q ...
Is there a way to convert the .fnt-files from from /usr/share/syscons/fonts to .ttf?