On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 2:20 AM, David Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There might be a better solution than this, but if your XFCE session freezes, you should be able to press Ctrl-Alt-F1 which will give you a text screen where you can logon again.* You can then run 'ps -u username' to see what processes are running in your XFCE session, and use the 'kill' command (run 'man kill' for help on options) to kill offending processes.* When you are done, press Ctrl-Alt-F7 - this will return you to your XFCE session which hopefully might be responsive again.
Also, you can try pressing Ctrl+Alt+Backspace. This will restart your Xserver, which means that you'll be taken back to the login screen. Do note that you'll lose any saved data.
(Now that I'm talking: if a single application crashed, try pressing Ctrl+Alt+Esc, then clicking the window to kill it
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