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I` am trying to make a separate X screens on x86 machine
Dell XE2 Intel i5 2.5Ghz .
Video : Xeon E3-1200 v3/4 Gen Core Processor Integrated Graphics processor
Using Solaris 11.3
Release: kernel SunOS 5.11
So right now I have tried to change... (4 Replies)
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Hope the title is sufficiently self explaining.
I have no idea how to start and where to start.
I don't even know what keywords to google for.
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A client's SCO UNIX OpenServer 5.0.7 MP 4 system: The X-Windows GUI comes up fine (on multi-screen 2) but I cannot switch to tty01 or tty03 or any other tty. The display just shows a blinking cursor. I went into scoadmin video and checked that the function keys were all assigned--they are. I've... (6 Replies)
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I was running many commands using root and closed the session.
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:) Hi everybody..
This is my firt post in this great forum.:
I have installed Sun Solaris 10 on an Intel machine..
Now i login in CDE desktop as root.
I want to switch between terminal screens pressing CTRL+ALT F1 (through F6) but nothing happens ??
thank you (2 Replies)
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