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The Linux console driver doesn't support underlines on color displays because it's a compromise between readability and ease of implementation. It's been that way since the mid 1990s, and is documented in console_codes(4): 4 set underscore (simulated with color on a color display) (the colors used to simulate dim or underline are set ...


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I can't address the "why" and don't see any way of avoiding the installation of all these fonts. But I use the following code to remove fonts I don't need. Obviously, you may not want to remove all of the fonts I remove. So edit as per your needs: sudo apt purge \ fonts-beng-extra \ fonts-beng \ fonts-deva-extra \ fonts-deva \ fonts-gargi \ ...


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So i found the answer (Just like egmont said), i had to change The fonts as following:


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If you want to use the FAM string to specify a font family you will need to use conventional names with the suffixes R B I BI for roman, bold, italic, and bold-italic. In the linked-to example, the font family was DejaVuSans, so you need to provide fonts DejaVuSansR, DejaVuSansB, DejaVuSansI, and DejaVuSansBI. The following worked for me: mkdir -p /tmp/font/...


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xxd is your best option : xxd -i <myfile> > header.h


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Run this to launch NetBeans: /netbeans/dir/bin/netbeans --laf Metal Basically runs the metal look and feel theme


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I don't have a good answer for this other than after a couple of reboots and resetting the Fonts cpl to default it magically fixed itself.


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Debian-based GNU/Linux In order to display Chinese, Japanese and/or Korean characters, you must install some font packages: Chinese: fonts-arphic-ukai (Serif), fonts-arphic-uming (Sans serif) Japanese: fonts-ipafont-mincho (Serif), fonts-ipafont-gothic (Sans serif) Korean: fonts-unfonts-core (Serif + Sans serif) There are some alternative packages for ...


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