[CentOS] How Can I change CentOS CLI Screen Resolution to smaller text (without GUI)?

Sam Acosta acosta.sam at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 06:06:42 UTC 2009


Thanks for the inputs guys...

But how could I reload the grub config file after boot.  Of course, I just
could easily re-start our server without prior scheduling...

Sam

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On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 10:35 AM, Robert Spangler <mlists at zoominternet.net>wrote:

> On Sunday 08 November 2009 20:59, Sam Acosta wrote:
>
> >  I'd like to view the Screen resolution in smaller text on my server
> >  terminal.  The server is not installed with any GUI so it's in plain
> text
> >  mode.
>
> Try adding 'vga=795' to the end of the kernel line in grub.conf file.
>
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