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TTY Problems In Fedora 16

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Alright, i just installed fedora 16 on an old computer of mine but cant switch to any of the tty screens using the ctrl+alt+f-keys. I used to use fedora 14 and they worked fine there but then i figured it was time to upgrade and now, nothing.

I have no idea what the problem is, can anyone help me out with this?

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[quote name='Priest' timestamp='1326224236' post='360121']
Alright, i just installed fedora 16 on an old computer of mine but cant switch to any of the tty screens using the ctrl+alt+f-keys. I used to use fedora 14 and they worked fine there but then i figured it was time to upgrade and now, nothing.

I have no idea what the problem is, can anyone help me out with this?
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It sounds like you could have a similar problem to this guy:
[url="http://ask.fedoraproject.org/question/565/tty-screens-in-fedora-16"]http://ask.fedoraproject.org/question/565/tty-screens-in-fedora-16[/url]

Check the comments for a forum post talking more about it. I am not sure if you are experiencing the freezing they talked about but if you upgraded from 14 to 16 it's gotta be the same issue.


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Never mind, it turned out to be a keyboard issue. For some reason the f-keys just stopped working on it, thanks for the help though.

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