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I am new to Linux, although I used to work with Unix and AIX long time ago (no windows) and I installed Open Suse, but I am having problems accessing web sites. I an using Firefox and I can access a web site, but if I click on a link inside that website, I always get an error that the website is not found, check your network connection, firewall, etc. etc. Looking on the web for some answers, I found several places that ask to go to the command line and type some commands, how can I access the command line on open suse?
Thanks for your help.
on most distros, ctrl-alt-F1 will get you a terminal (command-line) window. Togo back to the GUI, typically ctrl-alt-F7, F8
, or F9
This is no longer true. The newer releases of Xorg, by default, disable that option and ctrl-alt-backspace to abort the X-server. If you want them enabled, you need to put something like this in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/: