What to do when KDE is unresponsive?

Boyan Tabakov blade.alslayer at gmail.com
Fri Nov 3 07:13:21 GMT 2006

On 2.11.2006 22:07, D. R. Evans wrote:
> Twice in the past month I have had Konq freeze my desktop.
> (When I say "freeze", it isn't really a freeze: everything keeps
> working except that all mouse clicks are ignored.)
> Both times that this has happened, I have ended up rebooting my
> machine (by hitting ctrl-alt-F1 to open a console). Is there any last
> drastic action I could/should take the next time this happens?

You can easily kill any application (gui) by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Esc (default in 
KControl for Kill Window) and then clicking on its window. Other such a 
shortcut os Ctrl+Alt+Backspace, which will terminate your KDE session.

Blade hails you...

I was born amidst the purple waterfalls.
I was weak, yet not unblessed.
Dead to the world. Alive for the journey.
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