Please bear with me am a newbie.I have run "dpkg-reconfigure console-setup" in order to change the font. Am wondering if there is any way to configure my font size to be the fixed. What happens on my Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, when I change the console(tty) font size is that after rebooting my machine, the font goes back to the default, but I would like to keep the largest size font to be the default. Please help me out on what I can do? Thank you.
Go to your terminal. Find the
Edit menu at the top. Then select
Profile Preferences. Then at the bottom of the window that pops up, select
Custom font. Then you can select your font size as you like, and it should stay the same after reboot.
To change the font size of the tty, run this command :
sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup
You will then go through 4 steps. In the first step, select
UTF-8. In the second step, select
Combined - Latin; Slavic Cyrillic; Greek. Then select
Fixed, and finally you can select your font size. The default (at least for me) is
8x16, but you can set it ad libitum.