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i need to know a command to switch from X to a console. I need something with the same effect of: "Ctrl+Alt+F#" (with #=1,2,....,n); but as i need to put this command into a bash script file, it must be an istruction not a sequence of keystroke.
Thanks at all in advance.
Last edited by wizard7423; 12-29-2004 at 07:57 AM.
some kernels/distros disable certain terminals, such as slackware and only the 6th terminal is available for use. Hope this helps
Of course...thanks for your post. Anyway i know this feature, but i'm looking for a "command" that has the same effect of Ctrl+Alt+F# , where #=1,...,6
but that i could put that instruction into a script. (Ctrl+Alt+F# is a keystroke. I cannot put a keystroke into a bash-script)
I hope to be clear this time.
Sorry for my bad english...and thanks in advance for your replies.