[ILUG] qemu/kvm window resizing
frank.duignan at gmail.com
Fri Oct 14 16:15:03 IST 2011
resize seems to be something you run in an xterm window or similar.
The guest OS is running in text mode only (albeit on an xorg host).
So, no, this doesn't seem to help but thanks anyway.
On 14 October 2011 15:55, David Pintor <painterman at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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?
>> Irish Linux Users' Group mailing list
>> About this list : http://mail.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug
>> Who we are : http://www.linux.ie/
>> Where we are : http://www.linux.ie/map/
More information about the ILUG