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Re: Switching virtual terminals



On Sat, 2008-06-07 at 03:29 -0400, Jim Dever wrote:
> g wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Jim Dever wrote:
> >> Tim wrote:
> >>> On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 05:11 -0400, Jim Dever wrote:
> >>>> I just tried it again to make sure.  From an X session CTRL+ALT+Fn
> >>>> works but from a text console Alt-Fn does nothing.  It's remains at
> >>>> the same tty I was at when I issued the CTRL+ALT+Fn from X.  Any
> > 
> > you are saying 'from an x session', then 'from a text console' and
> > 'same tty'.
> > 
> > so, 'from an x session to a text console, aka, virtual console,
> > staying in same tty, aka, same virtual console'.
> > 
> > correct?
> 
> Let me try and explain better.  From X:  Alt-CTRL-F1 takes me to a 
> virtual console (tty1).  From X:  Alt-CTRL-F2 takes me to a virtual 
> console (tty2).  But once I'm at a text, virtual console Alt-F1 or 
> Alt-F2 or Alt-F3....  don't do anything.  I remain at the terminal where 
> I came out of X.  And I can't get back into X either.  I'm stumped.
> 
That is certainly strange and non-standard behavior. One more time. Then
when you are in a virtual terminal, ctrl-alt-F7 does not return you to
X?
> > 
> >>> I am back on Fedora 9, now, and both ALT+Fn and CTRL+ALT+Fn are working
> >>> for me, so the problem is probably specific to your setup.
> > 
> > for me with f8, saa.
> > 
> >> It's definitely a straight plain vanilla installation.
> > 
> > as in what type keyboard? 102 -> 110 key? special music / power, etc?
> > din, pc, usb port?
> 
> Machine is about a 7 year old Dell with a 110 key PC keyboard.  It's not 
> USB or wireless or anything like that.
> 
> -- 
> Jim
> 
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