Switch Terminal in Linux Headless
Sean Keown 4 years ago • updated 11 months ago • 3
Ability to switch shell sessions using Ctrl+Alt+F1- Ctrl+Alt+F7 in linux sessions that are headless. Right now I've only tested it on redhat and it doesn't function for me.
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Customer support service by UserEcho
Here's an example of what most of the redhad systems we connect to look like.... big black nothing. 😥
So, we control into a windows box and then SSH into these machines and or control them from vsphere (if possible). Now once someone has connected to vsphere and pressed the ctrl+alt+F2 then anyone can remote into the server again until its next reboot.
Would be cool if we could go direct and send the CTRL+ALT+FUNC key.