FSTOBDF(1) UNIX Programmer's Manual FSTOBDF(1)
fstobdf - generate BDF font from X font server
fstobdf [ -server server ] -fn fontname
The fstobdf program reads a font from a font server and prints a BDF file on the standard output that may be used to recreate the font. This is useful in testing servers, debug- ging font metrics, and reproducing lost BDF files.
-server servername This option specifies the server from which the font should be read. -fn fontname This option specifies the font for which a BDF file should be generated.
FONTSERVER default server to use
xfs(1), bdftopcf(1), fslsfonts(1)
Olaf Brandt, Network Computing Devices Dave Lemke, Network Computing Devices Jim Fulton, MIT X Consortium XFree86 Version 4.5.0 1
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