|WSFONTLOAD(8)||System Manager's Manual||WSFONTLOAD(8)|
wsfontload — load
a font bitmap into a wscons display device
wsfontload utility loads a font bitmap
to a wscons device if the device driver supports it. The font gets assigned
a name in this process which it can be referred to by later for use on a
display screen. The font is loaded from the specified
fontfile, or from stdin if
fontfile is not provided.
The options are as follows:
No font files are provided with the wscons framework. The fonts installed by PCVT can be used instead, as can raw font files from other operating system distributions.
Load the IBM-encoded 8x8-font from the PCVT distribution. This (or another 8x8-font) is necessary to use the 50-line screen type on vga(4) displays.
# wsfontload -N myname -h 8 -e ibm \ /usr/share/misc/pcvtfonts/vt220l.808
wsfontload program appeared in
Many features are missing.
There is no way to remove a loaded font.
|May 31, 2007||OpenBSD-5.1|