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Red Hat Keyboard Shortcut

Posted on 2003-11-30
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Dear Experts,

I was just wondering if there was a keyboard shortcut to get to the redhat "Start" menu, kinda like the "windows key" in Windows?  If there is a keyboard shortcut key table or something available it would be nice thanks...



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James
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Dear Charley420,

If you are using regular keyboard that you are using for windows , check this

http://www.princessleia.com/Windowsbind.html

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Sunray
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Try Alt + F1

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Alt + F1 is exactly what I was looking for thanks Sunray :o)
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Some reason it's not letting me "Accept" your answer???
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looks you have accepted and I got the points

Cool .. Thanks

Sunray
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