This post is also available at my personal web site: http://milosophical.me/blog/2006/06/23/monospace-fonts.html
I finally got fed up enough with Courier New to start searching for a legible, monospace font to use in jEdit. In Emacs, I’m particularly fond of the standard X font “misc-fixed” (though it’s a little tough to tell appart O and 0 still). But for jEdit, the Java monospace font seems to map to Courier New in Windows, and to some God-awful font on Linux.
Originally uploaded by milliped.
This is a pretty neat shot of the in-flight entertainment system on an Airbus A330 having a boot-up issue. Note, the kernel is Linux.
This photo has a big rant in the flickr comments about whether or not it’s a Linux crash. Well, what’s a Linux crash? Most of the public Windows crashes do not involve the Windows kernel (except for blue-screens) but they get called Windows crashes. So, to be fair, this is a Linux crash, even if it appears that the kernel itself is fine.