Re: How to multitask in X-windows?
Actually your both right because my question can go both ways it doesnt
matter they both are helpful BUT,i tried both ways and they dont work for
example if i enter X and start netscape and then go back to Xterm i cant
enter any commands its locked until i kill netscape,i tried it only with
Xterm i opened two Xterms but the first one didnt work after i opened the
second one.Then tried the Virtual way Ctrl-alt-Fx and when i did that and a
new logon screen came on and then when i went back to X there was no X
there was a shell screen and it showed all the usual commands when X starts
and it was locked.and i cant do anything so i have to kill it.Do you have
to be running XDM for it to work?Or do you have any idea why this wont
Jason Costomiris <email@example.com> wrote in article
> On Tue, Sep 30, 1997 at 10:57:00PM -0500, Dave Cinege wrote:
> : On Tue, 30 Sep 1997 20:04:53 -0400, Jason Costomiris wrote:
> : >On Tue, Sep 30, 1997 at 07:36:02PM -0400, ImmortaL wrote:
> : >: I need to know if there a way in x-windows for example in the shell
> : >: i would press the alt key and the F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 to open a new
> : >: there a way to do this in X?
> : >
> : >Uh, open another xterm.
> : Think you missed him.....
> I dunno about that. He asked how to get another shell window under X.
> I told him how....
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