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New Something like ascii
John's home, he told me he means the 8-bit characters that were traditionally displayed on an IBM PC.

Does that help any?

New Fixed width you mean?
Or proportional.

You need to get the bitstream vera fonts and libertine fonts installed and perhaps the "msft ttf core fonts" I'm not sure what they OpenSUSE package is called.
New Re: Fixed width you mean?
John says that he built the microsoft ttf package and the X-font preview window shows the IBM characters, but if he starts an X-term with that font, it doesn't show the 8-bit characters.

It's also not as large a font size as it was in 9.0. Any ideas why it isn't working?

Thanks in advance for your input!

New They're sometimes called "console fonts".
They're also known by their "code page", which 437 (sometimes called CP437). This may help your searches in the package manager.


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     Linux SUSE Font issue - (Nightowl) - (12)
         What's an "IBM Character" when it's at home? -NT - (pwhysall) - (9)
             think she means ascii? -NT - (boxley) - (4)
                 Something like ascii - (Nightowl) - (3)
                     Fixed width you mean? - (folkert) - (1)
                         Re: Fixed width you mean? - (Nightowl)
                     They're sometimes called "console fonts". - (static)
             EBCDIC! - (a6l6e6x) - (2)
                 Re: EBCDIC! - (Nightowl) - (1)
                     Yes, IBM had a specific set of symbols. - (Andrew Grygus)
             Code page 437, IBM high-ASCII box-drawing characters. HTH! -NT - (CRConrad)
         Maybe this will help a little. - (Another Scott)
         Brenda: Tell John to talk about "Code page 437". - (CRConrad)

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