On Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 8:50 AM, Glenn Holmer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Many years ago, when I first started with Slackware, it offered a choice
> of console fonts (in fact, I just found out it still does). Then for
> ten more years, I used SUSE, which also allowed this (by manual
> configuration). Earlier this year, I switched to Ubuntu, and I find
> myself missing the "t.fnt" console font.
> How do I do this in Ubuntu?
See /etc/default/console-setup and man setupcon
Warning - it's confusing because there are more than one way of doing
things, and I believe Ubuntu switched from one to the other when
Dapper came out. Documentation thus can be confusing or misleading.
console-setup vs console-tools if I remember right. Sorry I can't be
more specific, but I'm not 100% clear myself right now.
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