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    NAME
         xfs - X font server
    
    SYNOPSIS
         xfs [ -config configuration_file ] [ -ls listen-socket  ]  [
         -port tcp_port ]
    
    AVAILABILITY
         SUNWxwfs
    
    DESCRIPTION
         Xfs is the X Window System font server.  It  supplies  fonts
         to X Window System display servers.
    
    STARTING THE SERVER
         The server is usually run by  a  system  administrator,  and
         started  via  boot files like /etc/rc.local.  Users may also
         wish to start private font  servers  for  specific  sets  of
         fonts.  Automatic  starting  can  be  enabled  or   disabled
         through  the fsadmin(1) command.
    
    OPTIONS
         -config configuration_file
                 Specifies the configuration  file  the  font  server
                 will   use.    The  default  configuration  file  is
                 /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fontserver.cfg
    
         -ls listen-socket
                 Specifies a file descriptor which is already set  up
                 to  be  used  as  the listen socket.  This option is
                 only intended to be used by the font  server  itself
                 when  automatically  spawning another copy of itself
                 to handle additional connections.
    
         -port tcp_port
                 Specifies the TCP port number on  which  the  server
                 will listen for connections.
    
    SIGNALS
         SIGTERM This causes the font server to exit cleanly.
    
         SIGUSR1 This signal is used to cause the server  to  re-read
                 its configuration file.
    
         SIGUSR2 This signal is used to cause the server to flush any
                 cached data it may have.
    
         SIGHUP  This signal is used to cause the  server  to  reset,
                 closing  all  active  connections and re-reading the
                 configuration file.
    
    
    CONFIGURATION
         The configuration language is a list of  keyword  and  value
         pairs.   Each  keyword  is  followed  by an '=' and then the
         desired value.
    
         Recognized keywords include:
    
    
         catalogue (list of string)
              Ordered list of font path element names.   Use  of  the
              keyword  "catalogue" is very misleading at present, the
              current implementation only supports a single catalogue
              ("all"), containing all of the specified fonts.
    
         alternate-servers (list of string)
              List of alternate servers for this font server.
    
         client-limit (cardinal)
              Number of clients this font server will support  before
              refusing  service.   This is useful for tuning the load
              on each individual font server.
    
         clone-self (boolean)
              Whether this font server should attempt to clone itself
              when it reachs the client-limit.
    
         default-point-size (cardinal)
              The default pointsize (in decipoints)  for  fonts  that
              don't specify.  The default is 120.
    
         default-resolutions (list of resolutions)
              Resolutions  the  server  supports  by  default.   This
              information  may  be  used as a hint for pre-rendering,
              and substituted for scaled fonts which do not specify a
              resolution.   A resolution is a comma-separated pair of
              x and y resolutions in pixels per inch.  Multiple reso-
              lutions are separated by commas.
    
         error-file (string)
              Filename of the error file.  All  warnings  and  errors
              will be logged here.
    
         port (cardinal)
              TCP port on which the server will  listen  for  connec-
              tions.
    
         use-syslog (boolean)
              Whether syslog(3) (on supported systems) is to be  used
              for errors.
    
         deferglyphs (string)
              Set the  mode  for  delayed  fetching  and  caching  of
              glyphs.   Value  is  "none", meaning deferred glyphs is
              disabled, "all", meaning it is enabled for  all  fonts,
              and "16", meaning it is enabled only for 16-bits fonts.
    
    EXAMPLE
         #
         # sample font server configuration file
         #
    
         # allow a max of 128 clients to connect to this font server
         client-limit = 128
    
         # when a font server reaches its limit, start up a new one
         clone-self = on
    
         # alternate font servers for clients to use
         alternate-servers = hansen:7101,hansen:7102
    
         # where to look for fonts
         catalogue = /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/F3bitmaps,
                     /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/Type1,
                     /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo,
                     /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/misc,
                     /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi,
                     /usr/openwin/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi
    
         # in 12 points, decipoints
         default-point-size = 120
    
         # 100 x 100 and 75 x 75
         default-resolutions = 100,100,75,75
         use-syslog = off
    
    
    FONT SERVER NAMES
         One of the following forms can be used to name a font server
         that accepts TCP connections:
    
             tcp/hostname:port
             tcp/hostname:port/cataloguelist
    
         The hostname specifies the name (or decimal numeric address)
         of  the  machine  on  which the font server is running.  The
         port is the decimal TCP port on which  the  font  server  is
         listening  for  connections.   The cataloguelist specifies a
         list of catalogue names, with '+' as a separator.
    
         Examples: tcp/fs.x.org:7100, tcp/18.30.0.212:7101/all.
    
         One of the following forms can be used to name a font server
         that accepts DECnet connections:
    
             decnet/nodename::font$objname
             decnet/nodename::font$objname/cataloguelist
    
         The nodename specifies the name (or decimal numeric address)
         of  the  machine  on  which the font server is running.  The
         objname is a normal, case-insensitive  DECnet  object  name.
         The  cataloguelist specifies a list of catalogue names, with
         '+' as a separator.
    
         Examples:                       DECnet/SRVNOD::FONT$DEFAULT,
         decnet/44.70::font$special/symbols.
    
    SEE ALSO
         fsadmin(1),     fsinfo(1),     fslsfonts(1),     fstobdf(1),
         showfont(1), X11(7), Font server implementation overview
    
    BUGS
         Multiple catalogues should be supported.
    
    AUTHORS
         Dave Lemke, Network Computing Devices, Inc
         Keith Packard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    
    
    
    


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