--- Comment #8 from Hans Ulrich Niedermann <rhbugs(a)n-dimensional.de> ---
After building fonttosfnt from gitlab.freedesktop.org
three merge requests, I was able to build the two files
terminusn.otb and terminusb.otb.
After placing those two terminus?.otb files into a new directory
/usr/share/fonts/terminus-otb/ (not the /usr/share/fonts/terminus/
directory which contains the fonts.dir file and the ter-*.pcf.gz
files), gnome-terminal allows me to choose Terminus as the font
again, and shows the text in Terminus.
FTR: On Fedora, the fonttosfnt utility is shipped as part of the
xorg-x11-font-utils package, which contains a number of font related
upstream utilities in one Fedora package. The last fonttosfnt release
was mid-2018, and we definitively need the above mentioned three
pull requests to be merged into fonttosfnt before we can use fonttosfnt
to build *.otb files.
Then there is still the issue that while gnome-terminal now
allows chosing Terminus as the font again, something about
the character spacing looks wrong in some sizes.
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