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Sep 25, 2010

I can't find, though, how to change that. In DOSBox, ctrl+alt+f5 starts and stops video capture, but Ubuntu's command took precedence when I did that. I had to hard shut down before doing some searching and finding out ctrl+alt+f7 gets me out of there...that doesn't help me with the problem of taking video on DOSBox though. I went to ystem>Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts to see if I could change the command or disable it, but it wasn't listed...so I'm stuck. I don't want ctrl+alt+f5 to bring me to a console, so how do I make it not do that?

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Ubuntu :: Ctrl-Alt-Del Starts Enabled And Gets Disabled

May 26, 2010

I had been asking how to enable Ctrl-Alt-Del to call the gnome Logout/Poweroff or whatever is the hidden name of the program to logout from the GUI in a Hardy system.

Today I discovered that once logged in the GUI, it stared enabled but, after three or four succesive calls (or a certain amount of time), it became disabled.

I don't know whether the ouput of dmesg and syslog give a clue. There's a strange interrupt.

Code:
$ dmesg|tail
[ 34.323721] apm: BIOS not found.
[ 34.462563] sky2 eth0: enabling interface
[ 34.466384] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready

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Sep 15, 2010

I am using kubuntu 10.04..i am a new guy here..

i unfortunately removed all my files from /home folder..

rm -rf ~ /. picasa / (ya..i know..)

As some of the files were really important i tried recovering data using foremost..i used the command

foremost -i /dev/sda1 -o /mnt/foremost

After execution of this command it prompted a process..it was downloading something..and i left the computer for an hour or so..when i return there was nothing on screen..so i reloaded the system..And after that when i try to login i get the error

"xsession: warning: unable to write to /tmp; xsession may exit with an error"..so when i googled for it i found its because there is no memmory in my /root ..so i tried login via console (tried ctrl+alt+f1..after the login screen appears..when i type ctrl+alt+f1 i get a black screen)..but nothings happening...

but the problem is when i type (ctrl+alt+f1) i am getting a black screen only...and just a cursor blinking..nothing else..ctrl+alt+f1-f6 give me the same result..and when i try (ctrl+alt+f7) it goes back to the screen with the error....how can i login to console now...

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After the upgrade to Jessie (via dist-upgrade), I would get messages popping up "on top of" the console login when I booted. Stuff like "b43-loading firmware …" would pop up on screen while I was typing my login/password. This was kind of disconcerting (seemed like something must be misconfigured) but didn't effect functionality at all.

Eventually I decided to try a display manager, since that would (I thought) avoid the whole console login process and thus the weird overlapping messages. I installed LightDM through aptitude and it works great, but the console login is still displayed first (briefly, maybe 3-4 seconds) before the LightDM greeter takes over the screen.

It is there just long enough to confuse the unwary, who start typing their login name only to have the screen replaced by the LightDM login screen and have to start over. Obviously this isn't a big deal (everything works fine), but since the whole point of this project was to understand, I'm very curious if this is normal behavior (videos I've seen of folks installing Debian seem to show boot messages jumping straight to the DM without showing:

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So far I tried to modify the /etc/defaults/grub file to uncomment the grub resolution and the grub_terminal to no avail. Now at least it seams to waste some less time to load the grub (it took something like 15 sec before) but it lost the previous green/torquoise background and now it's white char on black background.

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Nov 11, 2010

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Jul 11, 2010

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