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Old 07-20-2008, 11:31 AM   #1
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Command line in Ubundu

I cant find command line option in Ubuntu

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Old 07-20-2008, 11:37 AM   #2
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Two ways to do this - open a terminal or use CTRL+ALT+F<1-5> to drop out of X (if you take this option, CTRL+ALT+F7 returns you).
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It's "Ubuntu". Read this.
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Terminal in the Applications menu. Don't fear the command line, if you can type posts to LQ then you can type commands in the terminal or shell.
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Originally Posted by XavierP View Post
Two ways to do this - open a terminal or use CTRL+ALT+F<1-5> to drop out of X (if you take this option, CTRL+ALT+F7 returns you).
thanks! !!!!!
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never mind lame post with no option to cancel


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