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Is it possible to adjust console text size with framebuffer disabled?

I've just built an Ubuntu 14.04 based home server and I'm running it "headless" in that I normally connect to it over SSH. The server is based on a miniITX board and has onboard VGA video which was ...
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Proper way to change terminal resolution in Ubuntu Server 13.04? [duplicate]

I'm running Ubuntu Server 13.04 in a VMware VM running only in command-line mode (i.e. no GUI). It defaults to a 640x480 screen resolution, but I'd like to increase that to either 800x600 or 1024x768. ...
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How to set console resolution of Ubuntu server 10.04.03 LTS running on ESXi5 / vSphere client console [closed]

After searching the Internet for similar problem or even a solution, I have to post my question here in hope that somebody had the same problem and solved it. My scenario: ESXi5.0 server with Ubuntu ...
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Either blank screen during boot or poor resolution console in Ubuntu Server within VirtualBox

I'm setting up a test platform in VirtualBox, the host system is Ubuntu Lucid Desktop, and the guest system is Ubuntu Lucid Server. The basic server installation provides 80x25 console with slow ...
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How do I increase console-mode resolution?

I've recently clean-reinstalled Maverick on my computer. It uses propietary Nvidia drivers. Everything runs just fine, except that I'm seeing lots of ugly text when booting and shutting down Ubuntu. ...