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Table 35-5: X Window System Commands X Window Command Explanation -cursor cursorfile maskfile Sets pointer to bitmap pictures when pointer is outside any window -bitmap filename Sets root window pattern to bitmap -gray Sets background to gray -fg color Sets color of foreground bitmap -bg color Sets color of background bitmap -solid color Sets background color -name string Sets name of root window to string xmodmap Configures input devices; reads the .Xmodmap file -pk Displays current keymap -e expression Sets key binding keycode NUMBER = KEYSYMNAME Sets key to specified key symbol keysym KEYSYMNAME = KEYSYMNAME Sets key to operate the same as specified key pointer = NUMBER Sets mouse button codes Configures X Window resources; reads the .Xresources file X Window display manager; runs the XFree86 server for your system; usually called by xinitrc Starts X Window by executing xinit and instructing it to read the xinitrc file. The X Window font server Lists fonts on your system Displays installed fonts Lists detailed information about your X Window configuration Starts X Window, first reading the system's xinitrc file; when invoked from startx, it also reads the user's .Xclients file; xinit is not called directly, but through startx Creates a Makefile for an X Window application using the application's Imakefile; invokes imake to generate the Makefile (never invoke imake directly) Reads .Xauthority file to set access control to a user account through xdm from remote systems
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mkfontdir font-directory Indexes new fonts, making them accessible by the font server
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Your X Window System fonts are located in a directory called /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ fonts. X Window System fonts are loaded using the xfs command. xfs reads the /etc/X11/fs/config configuration file that lists the font directories in an entry for the term catalogue. The XMan pages provide a detailed discussion on fonts. To install a set of fonts automatically, place them in a directory whose path you can add to the catalogue entry. You can also separately install a particular font with the xset command and its +fp option. Fonts for your system are
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specified in a font path. The font path is a set of filenames, each holding a font. The filenames include their complete path. An example of the catalogue entry in the /etc/X11/config file follows. This is a comma-delimited list of directories. These are directories where the X Window System first looks for fonts.
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catalogue = /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc/, /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/, /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/
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Before you can access newly installed fonts, you must first index them with the mkfontdir command. From within the directory with the new fonts, enter the mkfontdir command. You can also use the directory path as an argument to mkfontdir. After indexing the fonts, you can then load them using the xset command with the fp rehash option. To have the fonts automatically loaded, add the directory with the full pathname to the catalogue entry in the xfs configuration file. The following shows how to install a new font and then load it:
$ cp newfont.pcf ~/myfonts $ mkfontdir ~/myfonts $ xset fp rehash
Within a font directory, several special files hold information about the fonts. The fonts.dir file lists all the fonts in that directory. In addition, you can set up a fonts.alias file to give other names to a font. Font names tend to be long and complex. A fonts.scale file holds the names of scalable fonts. See the Man pages for xfs and mkfontdir for more details. With the xset +fp and -fp options, you can specifically add or remove particular fonts. The fn option with the rehash argument then loads the fonts. With the default argument, the default set of fonts is restored. The +fp option adds a font to this font path. For your own fonts, you can place them in any directory and specify their filenames, including their complete path. The next example adds the myfont font in the /usr/local/fonts directory to the font path. Then, the fp option with the rehash argument loads the font.
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