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How to change the default TTY after boot?

Normally when system starts you have all output printed on the TTY1, and that's ok, but I start X-server via startx and achieve this by the following lines in the ~/.profile file : if [[ $(tty) = ...
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Starting Qt Application On Startup for Embedded Linux

I'm trying to launch get a Qt application to launch after immediately after booting up. When booted, the Linux image does nothing more than launch an X server and a terminal. It also has the cron ...
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How to remap a key combination to a key?

Is it possible to remap a key combination to a key in X server based system, so that for example if I press End + Arrow_up, keycode for Home is generated? Google seems to be silent on this issue. It ...
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How do I screencap another Xorg display?

I started another x session from my current one like so: xinit xterm -- :128 An x session starts in display :128, xterm gets run in it and everything is fine. I switched back to screen :0 (the ...
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Why need drivers for both x server and the linux kernel?

Can someone explain why two sets of drivers are needed, one in the Linux kernel and one in X? I understand that the device drivers are in the kernel, but what is the role of those in the xserver? ...
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Restarting X in CentOS 5

I went to a CentOS terminal, and someone was logged in doing work. I hit Ctrl+Alt+F2 to try to get to my own session so I could check something. When I hit Ctrl+Alt+F1 to get back, X did not come back ...