I have an odd issue. When im trying to access the console window of a vm in vSphere i cant access it under the console tab. It just shows up as a black box. However if i use a popup/popout console window i can access it just fine. Now, if i go back to the console tab i can interact with the vm again.
I have a Macbook on OSX 10.7.5 that has 2 users. They are both administrators with full permissions. I would think they would work the same, but sometimes I an unable to login in to my account. Here's my problem:
Every time the computer turns off, it brings me to a different login window.
In windoze, the console width was always 80, so it was easy to make console-guis like cmus and links. In linux, however the width can be changed. This really messed up console programs i ported from windows to linux. is there any way to set the console width? even system() commands would do. I know about "stty cols", but it doesnt resize the window.
I'm using Ubuntu 10.04.
When I enable Remote Desktop and connect via TightVNC I can't see any windows on the VNC screen - I just see what looks like a default desktop, not the customised desktop on the console.
I am working on cisco ASR 9010 router. From last 2 days, when I unplug USB port or console jack from router, window turn to blue screen and restart with physical memory crache. Please suggest good drivers of console or other solution to avoid current sourcing from USB port. I am worry about motherboard of laptop
I have asked this elsewhere and gotten absolutely nowhere.
Yesterday while at the login screen for 11.10 I stupidly chose "Recovery Console" from the little gear menu. What happened after that is that a small terminal window opened in the top left of my screen. At this point the keyboard would not enter anything.
I have a small example program written in C that opens a window using the XCB API.
Strictly AFTER I have created and shown the window, I would (at a later time) like to hide the window.
(Obviously in this specific example, I could remove the call to xcb_map_window, and the window would be hidden, but I want to do it at a later point in my larger application, like a toggle to show/hide the window