Re: Setting up network
Yes, I am setting up a variety of machines where I need to do things
like change the default screen resolution for X. I need to be able to
try XF86Config without re-booting the entire machine. I am using Gnome
in multi-user mode. Hopefully, I will be able to close Gnome, re-open
and check new settings....
On Thu, 06 Jul 2000 23:25:35 Mike Werner wrote:
> maynord wrote:
> > Also, I often find it necessary to use ctrl-alt-f1 to open a virtual
> > terminal and do some work. I can never get back to the Gnome desktop.
> > Any way to do that without shutting down X?
> You should be able to switch back to X by hitting alt-f7 (presuming you've
> not enabled more VT's than what comes stock). Having said that, is there a
> particular reason you don't just use an xterm (or rxvt or eterm or ...)?
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