Some programs have problems with the two different widths unifont uses
(e.g. KDE konsole). Therefore I have written a quick hack for hex2bdf,
which shrinks all 16 pixel wide characters to 8 pixel wide characters.
It looks ugly, but it is better than not having unifont in those
programs. 8 pixel wide characters are unaffected.
hex2bdf behaves 100% compatible to the old version when called
normally, shrinking is done when the -8 flag is supplied.
The shrinked font is called -gnu-unifont8-medium-r-normal--16-160-75-75-c-80-iso10646-1
zcat unifont.hex.gz | hex2bdf | bdf2pcf | gzip >unifont.pcf.gz
zcat unifont.hex.gz | hex2bdf -8 | bdf2pcf | gzip >unifont8.pcf.gz