I'm using iSeriesAccess-5.4.0-1.6 in a i386 environment (Ubuntu Desktop Lucid 10.04.1).
I have a problem with font rendering: they are too much tight vertically in 132 columns mode (so I have two big black unused zone above and under text).
I've installed TTF fonts (also Microsoft fonts) but I can't choose/try another fonts to use.
I've enabled DEBUG logging and I've noticed the following error (I found, looking around, that this is a common error...):
5250: DEBUG : isFontAvailable:0 -jdk-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-24-*-*-*-m-*
5250: DEBUG : isFontAvailable:0 -b&h-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-sans-24-175-*-*-m-120-iso8859-*
5250: DEBUG : isFontAvailable: 2 -*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-14-*-100-100-m-*
5250: DEBUG : 1 -b&h-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-sans-14-100-100-100-m-80-iso8859-1
5250: DEBUG : 2 -b&h-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-sans-14-100-100-100-m-80-iso10646-1
5250: INFORMATIONAL :
** -*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-sans-0-* scalable fonts are **
** unavailable. The xlsfonts -fn "-*-*-medium-r-normal--*-*-*-*-m-*" **
** command lists the available fonts. Using fixed fonts. **
** If you want to use scaleable fonts, check the font FAQ and edit **
** /etc/X11/XF86Config or /etc/X11/fs/config file. **
I've attached the full log.
How can I force using my favourite TrueType font?
Thanks for any help,
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Updated on 2011-01-12T13:17:45Z at 2011-01-12T13:17:45Z by firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: Font rendering problem with iSeriesAccess and Ubuntu Lucid desktop2011-01-11T20:30:30ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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what screen size are you using? Is your session running maximized on the session window? I'll have a look and see if I can work out the issue.
Re: Font rendering problem with iSeriesAccess and Ubuntu Lucid desktop2011-01-12T13:17:45ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- Partridge 270001M6TF
I tested many screen size (4:3 and also 16:9 - 16:10).
What do you mean asking if the session run maximized?
I think the problem is in the font rendering sub-system; you can test it in a fresh installed Ubuntu (32 oe 64 bit, is the same) distro.