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chkfontpath (8) ( Solaris man: Команды системного администрирования )
>> chkfontpath (8) ( Linux man: Команды системного администрирования )
chkfontpath - simple interface for adding, removing, and listing
directories in the X font server's path
chkfontpath [-lqfh] [-a name of directory to add]
[-r name of directory to remove]
chkfontpath provides a simple method of configuring the directories
contained in the X font server's path. As of Red Hat 6.0, all fonts in X
are served via this separate font server process, not through the main
X server process. This speeds up font rendering, and also allows use
of font servers which are not running on the local host.
chkfontpath is mainly used by rpm in its %post and
%postun sections to add and remove new directories to the server's
config file at installation and de-installation time of packages
-a, --add=name of directory to add
Add a directory to the font path.
-r, --remove=name of directory to remove
Remove a directory from the font path.
List all directories in the font path.
Quiet operation; don't display any output to the screen, even when there
is an error during operation.
Requires usage of the add command; puts the specified directory
first in the font path, rather than last.
Show detailed help on the command line.
When directories are added to the path, some sanity checking is
performed to make sure you are not adding a directory without the file
fonts.dir contained in it, which the server needs to be able to
render fonts properly. When a path is succesfully added or removed,
the xfs process is restarted if it is currently running.