Hi all, I recently installed Stella OS (As I understand it, that's CentOS 6.3 for desktop computers having some programs in newer versions like Firefox, Thunderbird, etc.).
I have a 64 bit i7 computer that has AMD Radeon 7700m and 1920x1080 screen resolution.
I have installed Centos and I have Gnome installed on it. I have very small fonts and icons at many programs. I have changed font size at Appearance Preferences and text size is bigger now. However even at Firefox, or my Java IDE Intellij IDEA, all applications and etc.
There is a new Linux distribution released almost every week, sometimes, even every day. The latest is one called Stella, and the first version is Stella 6.3. Stella is a desktop-focused remix of CentOS, and Stella 6.3 is based on CentOS 6.3. If you are familiar with CentOS, you know that out of the box, [...]
There was a time when Nux, developer of the best CentOS spin for desktops, was game for producing a Stella 7. But looking at the Stella forums today, that doesnt seem likely. No matter, with the Nux 'dextop' repo, you can have a CentOS desktop with most of the packages that are hard to find anywhere else.
I just installed CentOS 6.4 on my laptop and have a quick question. I'm extremely new to Linux and have never really worked on an actual Linux system before. I have some vision issues and am finding the default font size pretty difficult to see. Can anyone tell me how I can adjust the text size?
The developers behind the Stella Linux operating system have announced last evening, July 30th, that version 6.3 of the Stella distribution is now available for download. Stella 6.3 follows the release of CentOS 6.3, an open source clone of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux operating system, and includes all the cool new stuff found in RHEL 6.3... (read more)