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Re: KVM-additional




Just the screen change no need to log in.
Ah I ses the bit I did not spell out.
The GUI is usually on F7 (first session if more than one but that going to deep for this thread)
So CTRL+ALT+F7 should take you back.
Roger



On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 10:42:40 -0400, Claude Jones <claude_jones levitjames com> wrote:


Roger: I, too, am having the KVM problem. I'm a very new user, so pardon if the question
is simplistic. Once I use your method and get the log-on prompt, how do I switch back to
the GUI?



Claude Jones WTVS, Leesburg, VA a division of Levit & James, Inc.


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Subject: Re: KVM-additional


On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 06:01:20 -0700 (PDT), <edwarner99 yahoo com> wrote:

This seems to be related to power management.
Everything works ok until the the system is used for
the first time in the morning. This after being idle
overnight.
Any suggestions?

If you are switching the monitor as well as keyboard and mouse. Try leaving the machine on a text session. I found that when my mouse goes wild after a switch, doing a CTRL+ALT+F1 and straight back to the gui tamed it. Worth a try any way, move the mose a bit and then switch back to the gui. regards Roger






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