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Is there anyway to get the command prompt font (raster font) into the linux terminal. I would really like to know how to because I just really like this font.

Thanks

  • Which "command prompt"? The one in the (non-graphical) console? – vonbrand Feb 8 '16 at 1:55
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"Raster font" sounds like the Windows command-window (and by the way is not a TrueType font). Linux console fonts can be set, but those are custom-built fonts (not generated or automatically translated from Windows fonts). Unless someone made one of the Linux console fonts to imitate the Windows appearance, you're out of luck.

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Perhaps you meant the MS-DOS command prompt; in that case the following might be what you're looking for: Stack Overflow: which font is used in MS-DOS?

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