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SubjectRe: Simple local DOS
On Wed, 09 Jan 2002, David Balazic wrote:

>
> log in on some virtual terminal, then run the following line
> in a bourne type shell, like bash :
>
> X 2>&1 | less
>
> A reboot "fixes" it. We want to reach windows level quality on desktop
> after all, don't we ?

You can also fix that by a remote login, chvt, or by just not piping X
output into interactive programs. tail -f is a viable workaround -- and
all this is off-topic on linux-kernel, it's your own dumbness that makes
you do these things. Better run kdm, gdm or xdm or something and you're
not having this problem.
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