April 16th 2018
TerminusV (Variable Width) & TerminusC (Fixed Width Condensed), both based on the original Terminus font. So far, only iso8859-1 (usually called western) is implemented, and only three rather small sizes (10, 11 and 12 pixel).
Comparison to the regular Terminus font:
Copy all files inside
terv-terc to an existing folder that is in X's font path (check with
xset q), usually
Open a terminal in the folder you just copied the files into. As superuser, enter:
mkfontdir fc-cache -f
As your normal user, enter:
xset fp rehash
This should be enough for the Xserver's database, but other graphical applications may not see the fonts until you log out/in.
Just run the script
install.sh, it will go through the same steps described above.
It relies on
It will exit unceremoniously if something goes wrong.
if you haven't been using bitfonts/pixelfonts until now, here's a good guide to what you need to do first: http://iamfuss.deviantart.com/journal/How-to-install-artwiz-pixel-fonts-in-Ubuntu-226000883
additionally, you might want to disable bitmap font scaling (because it's ugly) by deleting any file called
/etc/fonts/conf.d and/or delete
/etc/fonts/conf.d to disable creation of artificial italic/bold fonts.
Thanks go to Dimitar Zhekov for creating the original Terminus font, explaining what an Open Font License is and not minding me messing around with his work or having the original font name in its name.
forum thread: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=173065
Published under the Open Font License.