|bterm(1)||General Commands Manual||bterm(1)|
bterm - framebuffer terminal emulator
bterm -f font.bgf [-l locale] [program]
bterm is a terminal emulator for the Linux framebuffer. It supports multibyte locales and wide characters, in addition to basic terminal features such as cursor positioning.
- -f font.bgf
- Specify the font. BGF fonts are produced by bdftobogl(1) from standard BDF font files.
- -l locale
- Specify a locale for bterm and processes run within it. The locale may also be specified normally in the environment. If a locale, especially one with a different character set than the current locale, will be used inside of bterm, it should be specified on the command line.
The following exit values are returned:
- Successful completion.
- Exit code from executed program
- Failed to exec program
- Program terminated by signal.
On Debian systems, one appropriate BDF font can be found in the bf-utf-source package.
This manual page was written by Daniel Jacobowitz <email@example.com>.
|31 March 2002||BOGL|