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    orchdork10159 NNTP User

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    That graphical terminal... Gr! I lost it off of my computer, and I want it back! Anyone know what it's called and how I can get it back on my 10.3?

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    Default Re: Graphical Terminal

    Press Alt-F2 to bring up Run Command box. For Gnome DE, you can type 'gnome-terminal' or for KDE type 'konsole' to bring up a terminal window.

    They should also be accessible from the desktop menu of either desktop. With KDE, you can find it under 'Favourites'. Right-clicking on the menu icon gives you the option to add an icon to the desktop or panel if desired.

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    orchdork10159 NNTP User

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    Noooo. I know how to run a terminal! Thanks though

    What I need, is the grahpic behind it when it boots. Like, once I see splashy (the OpenSUSE boot splash), it says "Press ESC for More Details". Actually... come to think of it, I don't even see my splashy.. Hm.. Anyways, what I want is once I hit ESC (well.. before it went away), I would see the terminal boot process with a graphical splash behind it, as such.



    THAT is what I want back!

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    Then I suggest you change the topic title to splash screen. It is not a graphical terminal.

    Maybe post cat /boot/grub/menu.lst to see boot settings as well.

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