Re: User manual: basic commands chapter
>>>>> On Wed, 10 Dec 1997, Oliver Elphick said:
Oliver> If Ctrl-Alt-Del is not defined in /etc/inittab, pressing it
Oliver> can do no possible harm; nothing at all happens. (It
Oliver> doesn't work in X, even if it is defined, because the X
Oliver> server intercepts it.)
I think the problem is precisely that nothing happens!
Consider a naive (stupid?) user who thinks that Ctrl-Alt-Del shuts
down the system so they can turn it off. So they hit Ctrl-Alt-Del,
nothing happens, they turn it off. Lose, lose.
Or are we assuming that users aren't *that* stupid?
Kai Grossjohann, Informatik VI firstname.lastname@example.org
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