Just guessing, but there is this command 'resize' that re-sets the number of
colums and lines on the terminal.
Not sure if it'll work but you might want to give it a try...
On 14 October 2011 15:52, Frank Duignan <frank.duignan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Might be an obvious question but here's my problem:
> When I run a qemu/kvm guest server (text mode only) in X, the window
> sets itself up nicely so that the font looks well with one pixel in
> the guest mapping to one pixel in the host. If I resize the window
> (usually accidentally) I can never quite get back to that 1:1 of guest
> to host pixel mapping resulting in blurred fonts that are hard ton the
> eye. Is there either:
> a) an easy way of restoring the window to its original 1:1 state or
> b) can I prevent the qemu/kvm window from being resized (ever) in the
> first place?
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