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Distribution: RedHat (RHEL, FC, CentOS), openSuSE, Mac OS X
Open up the KDE control center
go to "regional and accessibility"
select "Keyboard shortcuts"
under the heading "desktop" should be a "run command"
check it's ALT+F2 ... if it ain't ...
okay, now i am really confused. Before when i pressesd Alt+F2 nothing was happening. You said to check in the keyboard shortcuts, so i went in there to check it, and it says Run Command Alt+F2. I closed that settings window and hit Alt+F2 and now it works. Very strange... but at least it works now.
Astro, i'm not familiar with the term 'virtual console', so i can't say if the run command is called a virtual console or not.