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RE: [vox-tech] simple X86 question





> andy, don't apologize for being a newbie; it's not a crime.  the only
> crime is to ask a question without putting a little brain (and a bit of
> research) into it.

Thanks...


> now if you do control-alt-backspace, you should be able to kill X
> without it restarting.
>
that's the only maneuver I did know, but a) it didn't work and instead
restarted the machine and
b) i've read that it does not cleanly exit from the X server anyway so it
shouldn't be routinely used

>
> ps- one more thing, instead of replying to a post to start a new thread,
> just start a new thread.  i'm guessing you replied to the "vim question"
> thread, deleted the content and changed the subject.  for those of us
> who use mutt, this is confusing because mutt looks at references for
> threading rather than subjects.
>
Gotcha...you're right..thanks again

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