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OpenSUSE searches for its strategy

OpenSUSE searches for its strategy

Posted Jun 11, 2010 8:58 UTC (Fri) by vblum (guest, #1151)
In reply to: OpenSUSE searches for its strategy by nlucas
Parent article: OpenSUSE searches for its strategy

Default terminal (Gnome) that can be reached by using the menus on a freshly installed Ubuntu system. This was clearly the case with the version that was current a few weeks ago (which is now discarded on my computer), it was a matter of opening the terminal, running something longish (du -sk /* might do) and typing crtl-c ... only by changing the keyboard defaults - yes, possible - could the correct behaviour be restored).

Sure, not a terrible thing in itself, it's just a bit startling if things of this kind suddenly no longer "just work".


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OpenSUSE searches for its strategy

Posted Jun 11, 2010 9:54 UTC (Fri) by nlucas (subscriber, #33793) [Link]

It can't be 10.04, as I installed it from scratch on the computer I am right now and that doesn't happen. "Copy" is "Shift+Ctrl+C" (in older versions it had no shortcut, only "Paste" had "Shift+Ctrl+V").

I replied because I'm concerned it will be in the 10.10 version, but there is only an alpha version recently released (the first one of the 10.10 pre-releases).

As a developer I always have multiple terminals open and never saw that before.


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