Steven Stern <email@example.com> wrote:
>On 06/11/2011 05:54 PM, Karol Babioch wrote:
>> I've upgraded one of my machines from Fedora 14 to Fedora 15 using
>> DVD, which basically worked fine. There were some things to fix, but
>> that was due to the customizations I've made.
>> However there is one specific thing that doesn't seem to work, and I
>> can't figure out why. This is the Ctrl + Alt + Backspace shortcut in
>> order to restart the X server.
>> I've replaced /etc/inittab with /etc/inittab.pacnew, although it
>> that it doesn't matter anyway as it won't be interpreted anyway.
>> I can't remember to have changed any settings of the X server, and it
>> has worked before just flawlessly. Anything I'm overlooking, or where
>> should I start my research?
>> Any help appreciated
>> Best regards,
>> Karol Babioch
>If you're using the Gnome shell, use ALT-F2 then r to restart the
I don't know if ALT-F2 results in also restarting the X server. But I do know that Ctrl + Alt + Backspace has been disabled by default for a while now. Even as far back as F11 if i am not mistaken. See "man xorg.conf" for details on how to enable.
Sent from my Android tablet with K-9 Mail.
users mailing list
To unsubscribe or change subscription options: