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wsfontload and 80x25bf
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: wsfontload and 80x25bf
- From: Tom Bak <hasz_(_at_)_o2_(_dot_)_pl>
- Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 21:20:25 +0100
I have been trying to load fonts at 80x25, but I didnt success.
I had to use the 80x25bf mode, in which I have my colors broken :(
When searching the archives I found this post:
After reading it, I thought, that I will not have my font loaded at
BUT recently it turned out, that at 80x50 there is no such
I can load custom font at full 16 color 80x50, not being forced to
Now I am full of doubts:
Why I can load a font at 80x50 and I can not at 80x25? Because of
Am I wrong and I DO can load custom font at 80x25 on i386?
Maybe I did something wrong?
Please, clear my doubts. I need to be sure.
I tried with many different fonts (from NetBSD and OpenBSD's edited
with fed(1)), but with no success.
I tested it on i386 machines with 3 few different video cards and
OpenBSD-3.2 and 3.3-beta.
I load fonts and screens in this manner:
# works OK!
wsfontload -h 8 -e iso /usr/share/misc/pcvtfonts/lat2.808
for vconsole in 1 2 3 5
wsconscfg -dF $vconsole
wsconscfg -t 80x50 $vconsole
# works only with 80x25bf, but doesnt load the font after
wsfontload -N PL816 -h 16 /usr/share/misc/pcvtfonts/iso2.816
for SCREEN in 1 2 3 5
wsconscfg -dF $SCREEN
wsconscfg -t 80x25bf -e vt100 $SCREEN
Thanks in advance,
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