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Re: rxvt and line-drawing characters
Brian Dessent wrote:
Andrew DeFaria wrote:
Ah, thanks. I hadn't been installing that...
I like using rxvt as my terminal. Recently I discovered pstree (don't
know how I missed it before). pstree doesn't appear to be in Cygwin
but it does appear to be on Linux. I often use rxvt in conjunction with
It's been included in the psmisc cygwin package for some time.
I searched fro luconP.zip and found some references -but all sites that
appear to have the file seem to have went belly up. Anybody got a copy
of this font?
to log into Linux machines. Now pstree supports a -G to use line
drawing characters. This works under xterm but not under rxvt. How
does one use line-drawing characters in rxvt?
You need a font that has the DOS/OEM characters instead of the
standard codepage 1252 / ISO 8858-1 character set. If you search
around there is a patched version of lucida console (called "lucida
consoleP" or luconP.zip) that has this. You also need to set TERM
(-tn) to rxvt-cygwin-native I think.
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