"Emergency" terminal on pinephone (with default setup)

I don't have a pinephone for now, but plan to buy one. I have a question about the default setup (or about what can be configured easily).

On desktop linux, if the system works badly, there is an option to get an "emergency" terminal, which does not depend on the graphical X system, by pressing ctrl-alt-f1 or something similar. (Well, if the things go too badly, the computer will not respond to ctrl-alt-f1 either, but often this works.)

Is there such an option on pinephone with the default OS? Do I need an external keyboard for that?

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"Emergency" terminal on pinephone (with default setup) - by altulke - 04-29-2022, 10:32 AM

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