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       fslsfonts - list fonts served by X font server


       fslsfonts [-options ...] [-fn pattern]


       Fslsfonts  lists  the fonts that match the given pattern.  The wildcard
       character  "*"  may  be  used  to  match  any  sequence  of  characters
       (including none), and "?" to match any single character.  If no pattern
       is given, "*" is assumed.

       The "*" and "?" characters must be quoted to prevent  them  from  being
       expanded by the shell.


       -server host:port
               This option specifies the X font server to contact.

       -l      Lists  some  attributes  of the font on one line in addition to
               its name.

       -ll     Lists font properties in addition to -l output.

       -lll    Supported for compatibility with xlsfonts, but  output  is  the
               same as for -ll.

       -m      This  option indicates that long listings should also print the
               minimum and maximum bounds of each font.

       -C      This  option  indicates  that  listings  should  use   multiple
               columns.  This is the same as -n 0.

       -1      This option indicates that listings should use a single column.
               This is the same as -n 1.

       -w width
               This option specifies the width in characters  that  should  be
               used in figuring out how many columns to print.  The default is

       -n columns
               This  option  specifies  the  number  of  columns  to  use   in
               displaying the output.  The default is 0, which will attempt to
               fit as many columns of font names into the number of  character
               specified by -w width.

       -u      This  option indicates that the output should be left unsorted.


       xfs(1), showfont(1), xlsfonts(1)


               to get the default host and port to use.


       Doing ‘‘fslsfonts -l’’ can tie up your server for  a  very  long  time.
       This  is really a bug with single-threaded non-preemptable servers, not
       with this program.


       Dave Lemke, Network Computing Devices, Inc