jason-freebsdlists at freebsd.org
Mon Nov 1 05:47:54 PST 2004
On 01/11 15:13, Spidey Knepscheld wrote:
> I had a 14" monitor on my BSD box and now I have a 17" what can I do to
> make the resolution smaller so that I can see a complete line at once and
> not having to look at two lines?
If you are referring to text mode, and you have a modern video card with a
VESA 3.0 bios, you can probably load the VESA module and use 'vidcontrol' to
select a higher text mode.
Normal text mode is usually 80x25 chars. Other options include:
Note that you need to load additional console font files for these higher
modes. 'man vidcontrol' will tell you all you need to know.
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