I recently read in a linux manual that you can swich session jus pression Ctrl-Alt-F2, Ctrl-Alt-F3, and so on. When you want to get back to the first one (the number one), is has assigned F1, so I press Ctrl-Alt-F1 and here are my siuation:
The system ask me to log in again. I don’t know why because I was already logged in Session F1 (I want someone just to explain e how this is works). I’m consider me a little newbie already.
Second, I logged, with my user and password, I run ps -ef, and see that all the process I was running are there the only problem is (and here I DO need a command or something), I was sayin, the problem is that, the process are there, but I am ina text mode, not in the kde graphics mode.
How can I get back to graphics ? This is very important for me. The first question is only to know, but the seconnd is crucial, because, anytime this happens the only solution I found is loggin as root and do shutdown -r now
I would like to return from texto to graphics without doing that.
Well, that’s all. I hope not boring you with my large question. Maybe I can be a little more briefer.