Fonts on SunOS 5.6

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Old 08-22-2009
Fonts on SunOS 5.6

I work in a SunOS server. I want to check which is the default font.
Actually I need to check which font is using right now in Terminal and how to change it.

Please help me suggesting the command set

---------- Post updated 08-23-09 at 12:35 AM ---------- Previous update was 08-22-09 at 09:20 AM ----------

Anyone pls help me
# 2  
Old 08-23-2009
If the Solaris machine is a server and you are accessing it over the network using Exceed, putty or even telnet then fonts on your workstation are what will be used, if you are doing graphical stuff then the X-server on your workstation (e.g. exceed or cygwin) is where the font is selected.

So how do you access your server?
# 3  
Old 08-24-2009
@TonyFullerMalv: Citrix through putty
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Old 08-24-2009
So it is the Citrix server where you are getting your fonts from.
# 5  
Old 08-25-2009
Tnx TonyFullerMalv! Can u help me which font is using right now in Terminal and how to change it.
# 6  
Old 08-31-2009
You need a Windows expert but I imagine Putty has a setting.
According to this:
you change the font in the session settings, Courier-new or system are fonts worth trying first.
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