Wed Mar 7 14:57:48 PST 2007
On Wed, 7 Mar 2007, Net Llama! wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Mar 2007, Jorge Almeida wrote:
> > Anyone knows what package (or is it the kernel?) is responsable by the
> > functioning of Ctrl-Alt-F* to switch between virtual consoles?
> > I'm experimenting with LFS and I just noticed that I couldn't switch
> > vt's. However, xorg is working (started by startx, no display manager yet).
> > I just don't know where to start looking...
> Basic console support is in the kernel.
I noticed now that the vt switching is working before startx. Once in
vt5, with the default wm, I can't switch back untill I kill X. If the
xterm is selected, pressing Ctl-Alt-F1 writes 'P' in the xterm,
Ctl-Alt-F2 writes 'Q', etc.
My xorg.conf file is identical to the one I have working in Gentoo. The
only difference I can think of is the (nvidia) driver: 1.0-9746 in LFS
(the one with the problem) and 1.0.8776 in Gentoo. Could this be it?
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