Announcing Fedora 11 Alpha (blink)
scottro at nyc.rr.com
Fri Feb 6 01:12:41 UTC 2009
On Thu, Feb 05, 2009 at 08:05:34PM -0500, Scott Robbins wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 05, 2009 at 06:49:48PM -0600, John Morris wrote:
> > > contrl-alt-backspace is way better than the reset button (if it exists)
> > > or the power switch, and those are the next choices for the trapped user
> > > or sysadmin.
> I missed this one. I know that there were some misunderstandings with
> the thing about removing virtual terminals, which turned out to not be
> the case.
> So, are they serious about removing ctl+alt+backspace, and if so, is
> there a replacement?
OK,never mind my question, I see it in the release notes.
OK, back to Adam--if you would like the opinion of the community, merely
take a look at the Aspire One forums, where the lack of that behavior
wsa one of the main aggravations about Linpus, the version of Linux
shipped with the AA1.
Yes, I see there's a work around in the release notes (Thanks Rahul,
you're the best!) but, errm,
This is kind of the WHAT THE HECK ARE THEY DOING? It makes it more
Windows like, so that, like Windows and Mac to a large extent for the
average Apple user, that if something goes wrong with the GUI, the
system has to be rebooted.
Ah well. This should really be reconsidered, IMNSHO.
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