What I would like to do is "Change DPI to 144 in Ubuntu GNOME 14.04".
Because it's first time to me to use linux, I installed VMware Player in my laptop,
and I installed Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.
My laptop has 1920x1080 in 11.6 inch display, so I use 144 dpi for Windows 8.1 which is host of VMware, but in Ubuntu GNOME, letters become really small.
At first, I have tried to use Gnome-Tweak-Tool to change the text scaling factor. It changes font sizes in title bars, menus, etc, but not for some application's content. (e.g. firefox)
So, I use MSN to google the other way, and it tells me that in GNOME, dpi size is written in the source code of gnome-setting-deamon.
#define DPI_FALLBACK 96
Thus I have tried the commands bellow.
$ mkdir source $ cd source $ apt-get source gnome-settings-deamon $ cd gnome-settings-daemon-22.214.171.124
and replace the row to
#define DPI_FALLBACK 144.
What should I do next to reflect to this change for my system?
I'm not sure that I have a collect way or not, so if it's wrong, please tell me the right way.
Thanks for your help.