installed a little kde, it switched to it on the reboot, and most stuff is missing, no access to a shell of any kind
lisi.reisz at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 08:47:53 UTC 2009
On Sunday 13 December 2009 06:04:22 Gene Heskett wrote:
> Greets; See the subject line.
> If I can get it to do an init3, what would be the apt-get line to install
> the rest of kde, plus the switchdesk command? Its useless as it sits right
> now. I also have no keyboard, mouse works, but no keyboard. It was working
> fine under gnome before the reboot, and in F10 as you can see its fine.
> Windows opened by the menu have no close button, etc etc. I could run
> synaptic from the menu, but without a keyboard, I couldn't enter my passwd
> to do any more work.
> Had to use the hdwe rest to get out of it.
Have you got a spare keyboard lying around? Have you tried stopping the
computer, changing the keyboards around, and rebooting?
It might be worth booting from a live CD and looking at your xorg.conf (or the
Fedora equivalent) if you have one, and creating one if there isn't one
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