When the PI boots up, I find the initial number of rows and columns it outputs too high - all the characters are a bit small and hard to read, especially things like '0' and 'O', 'l' and '1', etc. Is there a way to reduce the number of columns and rows that the initial tty uses, i.e. make the text bigger.
or try adding
You can also use
to set the font to VGA 16x32, but that doesn't take effect until partway through the boot process
It may be possible to pass a font to the kernel by adding
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