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

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 13:59:21 UTC 2009


Sam Acosta wrote:
> Thanks Kai, 
> 
> Yeah, the ultimate thing I can do is to reboot.
> 
> I do still have one problem with the High Availability feature of CentOS 
> with Asterisk.
> 
> Still in progress exploring the solution.
> 
> Good day.

I rarely use server consoles directly after they are installed to the point that 
  the network is up.  Instead, I run an instance of freenx somewhere (it can be 
on the server in question but doesn't have to be), then connect with the NX 
client and open terminal windows on that desktop to ssh to any other machines. 
This gives you GUI control over multiple windows, cut and paste - including with 
the local desktop where the NX client runs, your choice of fonts, color, etc. 
Plus, you can disconnect the session from the NX client were you started it and 
subsequently grab it from the same or another client with all windows still 
intact and running, which is great for remote administration or checking on 
long-running programs.

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   Les Mikesell
    lesmikesell at gmail.com






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