Re: x windows problem
Alfalfa Sprout wrote:
> Hey. I think I setup the mouse as the wrong type in xf86config (I wanted
> to use XF86Setup, but when I try to go into that, all I get is a scrambled
> screen). Anyway, the computer boots into x windows everytime (which is
> annoying...I'd like it to boot into text linux first),
Check the list archives for a variety of fixes but one is to remove the
>and since my mouse
> won't do anything when I move it around, I can't open up a terminal window
> so I can try to reset things. How do I use the keyboard to access a
> terminal window, so I can go back into xf86config and redo things?
Try 'control-alt-F1' to get to console from X. Other console screens
can be accessed F2 through F6. To get back to X use F7.
> I'm using debian, btw.
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