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Re: Debian, mouse not recognised Keyboard shortcuts in LXDE (Which Window manager)

Posted: Wed May 09, 2012 1:31 pm
by arm2
Using latest Debian, I forgot to plug the mouse in before powering up and going into LXDE.  None of the mice I've plugged in are recognised so I want to shut it down.

Are they're any Keyboard shortcuts in LXDE?

p.s.. Using google I've found out that LXDE doesn't have its own Window manager!

Which Window manager is bundled?

Does it have any Keyboard shortcuts?

What is the one to shutdown?

I wonder why Hot plugged Mice are not being recognised!

Re: Debian, mouse not recognised Keyboard shortcuts in LXDE (Which Window manager)

Posted: Wed May 09, 2012 2:25 pm
by Steady_Bear
Ctrl-alt-F1
F2-7 are also options. Then from the terminal type:
sudo halt

or similar... This assumes RasPi Debian has multi-terminals.