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These are part of the console-setup package in Debian, and reading the sources for those would show you that the answer is in Chapter 2 - bdf2psf of The Hackers Guide for console-setup: Uni1 (512 glyphs) Supports most of the Latin languages, the Slavic Cyrillic languages, Hebrew and barely Arabic. Uni2 (512 glyphs) Supports most of the ...
I struggled with this also for a while. What help with me was installing this: https://github.com/powerline/fonts And adding the line XTerm*faceName: DejaVu Sans Mono for Powerline into ~/.Xresources. After that: xrdb ~/.Xresources And then reopening xterm.
The simplest solution I found was to edit /etc/default/console-setup to set FONT="Lat7-Terminus32x16.psf.gz" and comment out everything else except the ACTIVE_CONSOLES line. You can apply this immediately with setupcon, and it will be applied after rebooting as well. Specifying the font name rather than the individual components works around the naming ...
With PC-BSD 11.0-CURRENTJUNE2016 I can reproduce the problem with fonts in KDE Plasma 4 (not in Lumina) by disabling anti-aliasing – – or by disabling anti-aliasing then selecting system settings: Workaround Enable anti-aliasing – – after which, it's OK to re-select system settings: I could not reproduce the problem that affected progress ...
Start Kali in recovery mode and try: # apt-get install --reinstall fonts-cantarell # shutdown -r now those worked for me
I was able to resolve my issue. In my .i3/config file I am using this line - # start dmenu (a program launcher) # bindsym $mod+d exec dmenu_run # There also is the (new) i3-dmenu-desktop which only displays applications # shipping a .desktop file. It is a wrapper around dmenu, so you need that # installed. bindsym $mod+d exec --no-startup-id i3-dmenu-...
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