[Sugar-devel] restart by ctl+alt+bs
sebastian at fuentelibre.org
Tue May 13 08:32:39 EDT 2014
BTW, as a workaround I use when all I need to restart is X, I switch to
a virtual terminal (ctl+alt+f2) and type "killall X". That will avoid
the full reboot cycle and restart Sugar.
El mar, 13 de may 2014 a las 7:23 AM, Jon Nettleton
<jon.nettleton at gmail.com> escribió:
> On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 2:04 PM, Walter Bender
> <walter.bender at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 11:18 AM, TONY ANDERSON
>> <tony_anderson at usa.net>
>>> At some point, the ctl+alt+backspace signal to restart was
>>> dropped. This
>>> a very handy way
>>> to get out of dead-ends caused by starting too many activities.
>>> What I would like to do is have this signal show a screen similar
>>> to the
>>> switch desktop screen but with
>>> a set of options:
>>> Start Sugar
>>> Start Gnome
>>> where the login option allows the user to set the nick to his/her
>>> The advantage of this is that
>>> the nick is reset at Sugar start. This option is needed at sites
>>> than one person uses the laptop (even in OLPC sites, it can be
>>> more than one person will use the laptop when it is at home).
>>> Does anyone know why this capability was dropped? Is there any
>>> reason it can not be restored? How does one set the ctl+alt+bs to
>>> call a
>>> procedure in globalkeys (similar to viewsource and screenshot)? Is
>>> way this should be done?
>>> Sugar-devel mailing list
>>> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
>> The newest versions of Sugar let you limit the number of open
>> hopefully obviating the root cause of the dead-end you described.
>> support for multiple users, that is another topic altogether.
> You should look into implementing KSM and zSwap in the XO kernels.
> They are a couple of ways that Android KitKat is supporting hardware
> with 512MB's of RAM.
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