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Re: X and text consoles - switching back & forth?

Ahh, thanks!  That works!  Now what if I go to F2 and run another X
session.  The original one will still be on 7, and the new one on 8??


Greg Norris <haphazard@socketis.net> writes:
> X uses the lowest-numbered unattached VT (i.e. no getty running on it).
> Assuming you havn't changed debian's defaults, that will be #7, so try
> Ctrl-Alt-F7 to get back to your X session.
> At 01:52 PM 1/1/98 -0800, you wrote:
> >I once saw someone (running Red Hat) who had an X session going on one
> >console, and text sessions (or if he wanted, he could run additional X
> >sessions) on the others.  He switched using Ctrl-Alt-F<n> (1<=n<=6).

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