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Best way to globally change console font?
09-26-2012, 05:44 PM (This post was last modified: 09-26-2012 05:47 PM by tavvva.)
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RE: Best way to globally change console font?
(09-24-2012 05:11 PM)westcoaster Wrote:  
(09-24-2012 04:27 PM)tavvva Wrote:  Hi ... the issue is caused by two things ..... the unicode_start call is missing the first parameter (font) and the rc script is not correct (I tried to fix it in the past, but apparently not very well) ... The solution needs more changes ....

Thanks for explaining that. For now maybe it's best just to append something like
Code:
setfont drdos8x14
to /etc/profile?

nope .... just give the unicode_start script the font name as the first parameter ....

example:
unicode_start drdos8x14

but that would change the font right after the login ..... if you wanna have the font correctly set prior to the login, then you could try to put the setfont command in the /etc/rc.local script as a workaround till I fix the rc script ....
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