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April 11, 2014 AT 12:00 am

How to change the command line font size on your pi! #piday #raspberrypi @raspberry_pi

Raspberry Pi Spy has a useful tutorial for changing the command line font size on your Raspberry Pi.

If you are using your Raspberry Pi with a smaller screen you may want to change the font used on the command line to make it easier to read. I usually do this when I am using various portable LCD screens (eg the HDMIPi).

It only changes the font within the console if you are using a screen connected directly to the Pi. It won’t affect Putty/SSH sessions.

Changing the font size on the console is easy to do and there are two methods you can choose.

Read more.


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