For a long time I've been using a kludge to set a large enough console
font for me to read without the reading glasses that would also magnify the
monitor glare which would soon give me a headache...

What I have been doing is to source a /root/bin script in /etc/profile that
would use setfont to fix it just as soon as I logged in to any user account
on any tty...

I figured that I know my user name(s) and passwords well enough that it
doesn't real matter if I can read it say "login:" or not.

But I bugs me to have to use such a kludge. So when I learned about a systemd
method of putting "FONT=${fontname}" in /etc/vconsole.conf so that
systemd-vconsole-setup.service would set MY chosen font during the boot
process, I was thrilled to try it. And it works for tty1...
But NOT for tty2 OR tty3 OR tty4 OR tty5 OR tty6...

Shouldn't systemd-vconsole-setup.service set the font for all six of them???


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