Hello everyone / Dear forum members:
still considering me as Linux newbie -- using Manjaro Deepin for 3 weeks now and having a phenomenal(!) experience with it, w/o any problems that I wasn't able to solve -- yesterday I ran into a question concerning an login effect/feature that I find quite handy but wasn't able to reproduce.
Situation: After having started up Manjaro Deepin and logged in with my <username 1> at (default) tty1, I updated the system and then switched over to tty2 (by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F2, as usual) and -- to my surprise -- a 2nd graphical Deepin login screen appeared (instead of a terminal in text mode). Therewith I was able to login to a 2nd graphical session with <username 2> and to switch between these 2 running sessions back and forth by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1 and Ctrl+Alt+F2, respectively.
As stated above, after a system restart I wasn't able to this again -- i.e. to run 2 simultaneous GUI-based user sessions. Thus my question:
Can this behavior be reproduced somehow?
I mean, is there a key combination that I pressed unintentionally and I wasn't aware of?
Otherwise, how can I start a 2nd graphical session on tty2 (or another tty number)?
Thank you very much for any clarification and/or suggestions on this issue in advance.