Use alt-F4 for the shell during install.
vty0 -> alt-F1 [Install]
vty1 -> alt-F2 [Debug]
vty2 -> alt-f3 [Inactive]
vty3 -> alt-F4 [Shell]
PrtScr will cycle through all available vty's.
HTH. HAND :)
On Wed, 11 Aug 1999 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> At 02:45 PM 08/11/1999 +0200, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> >"Michael A. Endsley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> I just downloaded the latest snap (080799) and tried installing it.
> >> When getting to the media section and configuring ppp for a ftp install,
> >> I try going to vty3 (alt-f3). However, that vty is not available. I have
> >> tried this 3 times now. Is this broken?
> >ttyv3 is on Alt-F4.
> I realized my typing mistake after sending this to the group, but hoped
> that the "alt-F3" would help.
> Lets just use alt-f3.
> To further explain (?):
> During a fresh install the system uses vty0. When the time comes to finally
> start downloading (using FTP), a screen is shown telling the person to go
> use the ALT-F3 keys (vty2) to use term. For me, that key combination is not
> "active". In fact, just vty1 is available (to view what FreeBSD is doing).
> I will just download the floppies from a later date (19990808-11).
> ps- sorry for some of the generalities...I am just going by memory w/o
> being able to see the screens.
> >Dag-Erling Smorgrav - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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