Re: 24 lines terminal
Marco Gerards wrote:
David Gascón <email@example.com> writes:
When I start Hurd ; the terminal comes with a 24 lines configuration;
I would like to change this value.
I know that I can use the command "terminal --lines=xx" in my GRUB
menu.lst file; but It just works with other boots such as Debian ones.
How does this --lines feature work? What did you do and what did you
expect to happen?
Are you using the Hurd console or the GNU Mach console? You can test
this using the command:
$ echo $TERM
Currently most people use the Hurd console. Better try that.
# echo $TERM
how can I change it?
What I want when I put in GRUB menu.lst: "terminal --lines=xx" is the
text which appears on the screem to be displayed in xx lines; so I
would like to reduce the size of the letters on the screen.
When I use others SO, such as Debian, It works!