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Hi ... This might be a strange question but i need to find an answer ot it I am runing a RedHat 6.2 ( just command line ) and i ...
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    This might be a strange question but i need to find an answer ot it I am runing a RedHat 6.2 ( just command line ) and i would like to make font / text smaller. I know there is a way of doing that, problem is i don't know how. Does anyone every done this if yes please let me know who to do that.

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    You can use framebuffer which increases the resolution that the basic text mode is run in. This makes the fonts seem smaller.

    Check out our tutorials section for a howto on framebuffer.
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