Does anyone know how to enable virtual console by using ctrl alt Fx ? the three key combi?
like wat's mentioned here
126.96.36.199 Virtual Consoles
A useful feature of Linux is the virtual consoles. When you first log into a Linux system you are on the first ``virtual'' console of the system. On a standard Linux system you have eight virtual consoles. This is configurable, but we won't discuss that right now. Using the three key combination F(n), where F(n) is one of the function keys between F1 and F8, you can move between these virtual consoles. If you are in X when you do this, F7 becomes your X session, and you will see the error output from the X server, in virtual console 1 (VC1) when you go back to it. Virtual consoles allow you to do multiple things at the same time, in console mode.
This is a list of scripts used in DSL as of version 1.5
The list does not include all scripts, but only those that
were created or modified specifically for DSL. The main
reason this was made is because I often refer to these
scripts to learn more about scripting myself, and to
better understand how DSL works. I thought it might also
be useful to others who are interested in learning the
details of DSL behavior. This list is probably not a full
representation of all DSL scripts, and will require edits.
Any additions and corrections are welcome.
Thanks goes out in particular to Robert Shingledecker,
whose hard work on most of these scripts has given DSL
life beyond that of a mere live CD.
hi evry bod'
Today 10th fo maty, 2005, i discover shinux AND DSL
Dwnload shinux, write it to usb key, boot up whit setup modified, OK !!!
Dwnlod DSL, because looks more near of my needs, after readin' about it on the knoppix site...
What did i downld ? It says : "damnsmall-0.3.6-usb.tar", and after swimming (no, not surfin') across doccs and forums and very many pages can't find out a line on how to use this "tar" ...
Maybe i'm a little tired
Maybe i trie aguène toumorove...
well welll see you soon !!!
My laptop is running great on DSL and this thing is pretty old (cyrix 266, 96ram and 3gb hd) so who needs a new laptop anymore! I'm gonna blow a that thousand bucks on a vacation.
I have an old 486 computer with 16 ram and 1 gb harddrive. I think I will install DSL on it, make it work, and give it as a present to an elderly friend. He's 80 something years old retired professor from Columbia. He is currently using windows xp and has had many major problems with it. I don't know what the heck he clicks on that computer when on the net but his system keeps on blowing up. I think he'll feel better with a linux system given that it will be subjected to much less sabotage.
I am tired of Windows XP. I would like to know if:
1) Can I down load Open Office?
2) Will I be able to search the web without problems.
I have a Lap top, with 4.2 Gigabyte and
Amd 360Mgh / 160 ram. I am tired of rebooting windows. This last time the CPU will not power down to 4 to 16% at stand still. I have been studing the Linux for a while. I have no Idea of programing or strings ect. but I have heard nothing but good from others. I will in time be using AutoCad also so I need something I can rely on. I also have a wirerless card for total mobility. I am also interested in Linux as a whole.
I have been working parallely with my daily work with DLS Linux and find it really nice collection of compact functionality. I have not enough time nor experience to go forward as fast as I would like to and would like to ask whether anybody of this community would be interested in making this work for me. I am ready to compensate the work with cash, of course. My requirements are simply the following:
- DSL Linux
- My specific Background Picture
- Mozilla Firefox Browser with the following plu+ins working:
- Macromedia Flash
- WM9 streaming video Support
Well, I don't really know if anyone else has the same problems I'm having at school. Your probably not but my school and maybe yours is going through a wierd security upgrade.
The "thing" causing this problem is called Websense, a program that checks a website before it allows you to access it, very rarely this happens, or it just declines it and blocks it off, extremely common.
The bad thing about it is that it has blocked just about every website that my friends and I have been trying to get to. They've blocked Miniclip, Ebaumsworld, even CHSRobotics, which is a website that I made for the school itself. I mean they have everything restricted. And it always gives some reason as to blocking it, although it usually is some off the wall reason, like yesterday (04/25/05), I was trying to go to Programmers Heaven.com, and it came up with "This website has been blocked by Websense. Reason = Religious Cult Activation and Suspicious Drug Abuse. ". I didn't know that over night the publishers turned into a crackhead KKK group ( No offense to all those of African American race. ).
Hi everyone, just posting my first blog ever! :)
I just took a break from my studies to check out DSL and I am amazed :) Its so cooL! I got it working the first time yesterday (don't know how) and it was cool, then I played around with the partitions and :( it was all gone!
But after much struggle, I can now carry a USB flash drive with DSL!!!
Not sure where else I can use it other than on my own computer......I wonder if I can use it on the university computers......;)
Me olvide de comentar que tengo instalado mi DSL en una Compaq Presario 1255 Laptop y funciona muy bien para sus 32 mb de ram.
Solo tengo problemas con el sonido que parece ser que el kernel no contiene los modulos para la ESS 1887/89. Espero que en versiones posteriores esto se solucione. Si alguien tiene alguna idea, les agradesco.
Por otro lado, recomiendo una visita a http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net , hay muchos recursos para nuestro desktop.
Well, it's April, and the work on uDSL continues.
I blame my discovery of UnionFS. It makes my dream of a unified ramless extension system real.
Well, that, and the advances in things like udev and a minor patch to the loop kernel module (nothing big, just that my kernel now supports a full whopping 1M loop devices.)
That, UnionFS and SquashFS put together let me make a 10M DSL core with the ability to add any software you want at no extra charge.
Well, some extra charge. from my calculations, you'll need an aditional 64k of ram per extension you add on.
Additionally, everything's being cross-compiled from scratch for two target platforms: i386 PC and G3 Mac.