ctrl-C is a windows copy command. in the unix world, it's often an abort
the console clipboard and the X clipboard are indeed 2 different things.
when i start X, i redirect stderr to stdout, and tee it to a logfile.
your best bet is to dump the console contents you want into a file, and
then read that file in X.
>> (07.13.2002 @ 1329 PST): Jud said, in 0.6K: <<
> Have you tried ctrl-C?
> 7/13/2002 4:17:12 PM, Warren Block <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Maybe this is easy, but I haven't found any references (pointers
> >appreciated). I'd like to be able to copy from a console screen with
> >the mouse and then do a paste in X. Or the other way around.
> >As it is, it seems like these are two separate systems; is there a way
> >to use a combined clipboard?
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