Dealing with an app lockup in X <solved>
I've had a few applications completly lockup on me (like ZSNES) to the point where Ctrl-Alt-Del wouldn't even work (which is what I would do in Windows). What's the best way to deal with an application lockup in X? I know you can use ctrl-alt-backspace, but I've heard that isn't the most graceful way to shutdown X.
Edit://I know this may seem like basic stuff to most linux users, but switching to a virtual console from X using ctrl-alt-fN (where N is a number representing one of the seven virtual consoles) seems to do the trick.
Last edited by Comreak; 06-04-2005 at 01:17 AM.