I spend a lot of time in single-user mode on our company Macs as part of my maintenance and OS mass-deployment work. We recently made our first foray into Retina display territory by purchasing some of the new MBPs: MacBook Pro Core i7 2.6Ghz 15-Inch (Dual Graphics - Late 2013 Retina Display), a.k.a. MacBookPro11,3.
When booting into single-user mode (Command-S) on these Retina display Macs, the text is ultra tiny -- I'm guessing because of the high pixel density of the display. My eyes are pretty decent, but I still find myself having to use a magnifying glass just to see what I'm typing. The font size used for the text is just ridiculously small.
Is there a command I can run to increase the text size, decrease the resolution, adjust the DPI, or otherwise "blow up" the text to a legible size in any way?