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As @mjturner states you would be best of finding a close approximation. But if you are really serious about font conversion - it can be done! The trick is to get these old raster format converted to more modern file formats which the modern tools uses. PSF Tools come in handy for that! It handles many of the old simple bitmap formats. You can then convert ...


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FreeBSD's init system has dependency. Please check man rcorder: The rcorder utility is designed to print out a dependency ordering of a set of interdependent files. Typically it is used to find an execution sequence for a set of shell scripts in which certain files must be executed before others. If your service isn't too complicated ...


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I think it's going to be tricky to find something to covert a .fnt file into TrueType. As has been mentioned by @Octopus, the former is a raster font and the latter is vector based. In addition, I believe the console font files used by FreeBSD and OpenBSD are not the same format as used by Windows, making finding a converter even trickier. You'll be better ...



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