Red Hat Linux - Recycle folder & Graphical console

Posted on 2006-04-18
Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I'm newbie in Red Hat Linux so I have two probably easy questions:

1. Where is located the recycle folder ? I want to log on by putty and delete some files. That because...
2. I have a switch ( one mouse and one keyboard can be used for many computers) and after restart and log on by graphical interface, by pressing ALT+F2 I can open a new console. If I press ALT+F1 again the graphical console isn't there so a command line console is displayed.

Can explain someone why is that happend ?
Question by:omegabeta
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    Accepted Solution

    recycle folder of the user in
    change user for the name of your user if is root /root/Desktop/trash.desktop

    alt f1 is console too. you need to go to X windows with f7 or f8
    press ALT+f7 in redhat

    Author Comment

    OK. It works. Thanks Pablo.

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