WSFONTLOAD(8) BSD System Manager's Manual WSFONTLOAD(8)
wsfontload - load or delete a font bitmap from a wscons display device
wsfontload [-Bbl] [-e encoding] [-f file] [-h height] [-N name] [-w width] [fontfile] wsfontload [-f file] -d slot
The wsfontload utility loads a font bitmap to a wscons device if the dev- ice 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: -B Specifies that the font data is ordered right-to-left byte wise. The default is left-to-right. -b Specifies that the font data is ordered right-to-left bit wise. The default is left-to-right. -d slot Specifies to delete the font from the given slot number, no other arguments should be specified. Will fail if font deletion is not supported by the device, or if the font is in use. -e encoding Sets the encoding of the font. This can be either a symbolic ab- breviation or a numeric value. Currently recognized abbreviations are "iso" for ISO-8859-1 encoding, "ibm" for IBM encoded fonts, and "pcvt" for the custom encoding of the supplemental fonts which came with the BSD PCVT console driver. Per default, "iso" is assumed. -f file Specify the control device of the wscons display to operate on. Default is /dev/ttyCcfg. -h height Sets the height of a font character in pixels. Default is 16. -l Specifies to print out a list of loaded fonts, no other arguments should be specified. -N name Specifies a name which can be used later to refer to the font. If none is given, the fontfile name is used to create one. -w width Sets the width of a font character in pixels. Default is 8. 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.
/usr/share/misc/pcvtfonts/ fonts directory.
# wsfontload -N myname -h 8 -e ibm \ /usr/share/misc/pcvtfonts/vt220l.808 Load the IBM-encoded 8x8-font from the PCVT distribution. This (or anoth- er 8x8-font) is necessary to use the 50-line screen type on vga(4) displays. # wsfontload -d 3 Delete the font in currently loaded in slot 3.
wscons(4), wsconscfg(8), wsconsctl(8)
The wsfontload program appeared in OpenBSD 2.8.
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