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comment How can I set the TTY font size manually in Lubuntu?
@Tim That is in fact a perfect duplicate, though I spent nearly 20 minutes searching before posting the question, and didn't see that one. Probably because I assumed this was system dependent. Maybe we should add a tag to the other question?
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comment How can I set the TTY font size manually in Lubuntu?
@jasonwryan Apparently not, or at least, my minimal install of lubuntu doesn't recognise that as a valid command, or even something in apt.
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accepted Why does my X11 forwarding attempt fail with “connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory”?
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comment Why does my X11 forwarding attempt fail with “connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory”?
Thanks, this was quite helpful. Somehow my /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 file was removed, although there was still an X server running. A quick reboot seems to have resolved the problem. Possibly caused by some updates I did a while back.
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comment Why does my X11 forwarding attempt fail with “connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory”?
Ah! That could be it. Strangely, my local machine does not have a /tmp/.X11-unix/ directory though.
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