Shutting down help
derek at computinginnovations.com
Fri Oct 24 01:04:17 PDT 2008
At 02:48 PM 10/23/2008, Juan Ortega wrote:
>I'm using FreeBSD amd64 8-0-Current
>I set up window maker to start by "startx" command,
>but when I exit the window maker the screen just turns
>black nothing works so I'm force to unplug the power each
>time. This happens "sometimes" other times the terminal
>shows up and I can shutdown manually. Since I'm using
>a snapshot version of FreeBSD is this a bug?
>I'm not sure what logs to copy and paste here for more information.
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ctrl+alt+backspace to kill your x server. I suspect you have the wrong
program starting in your startx.
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