The showconsolefont command outputs the current console font to
stdout. The option -v prints additional information, while the
option -V prints the program version number. The option -i doesn't
print out the font table, just shows ROWSxCOLSxCOUNT and exits. On
Linux 2.6.1 and later, the option -C allows one to indicate the
console involved. Its argument is a pathname.
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