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I want to connect to an X11 server using ssh -X [email protected], and then start a program in the resulting X11 connection.

When I do this currently, the window start on the client computer, but the text is way way too small to read (like, 1-2mm tall). I assume the issue is that the application is very old, and I'm now using high-DPI monitors.

Is there a way I can scale the application up? Perhaps using Xephyr?

  • The environment is with Linux Mint 22 (Cinnamon).
  • The application is Cadence. It does not support font size adjustment, as far as I can tell.
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  • The application is Cadence. It does not support fone size adjustment, as far as I can tell. Oct 23, 2023 at 4:06
  • Just a nit-pick but the X11 server is the system displaying the output. The X11 client is the system on which the application is run.
    – doneal24
    Oct 23, 2023 at 13:36

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As described in https://community.cadence.com/cadence_technology_forums/f/custom-ic-design/24143/default-font-size-for-virtuoso-visualization-analysis you can adjust the viva.axis font attribute in your ~/.cdsenv config file.

Additional documentation details are available from the vendor.

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