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Re: nano: On Oldworld PowerPC, nano freezes machine when help is being displayed

On Sun, Nov 11, 2001 at 07:03:10PM -0900, Ethan Benson wrote:
> yes, all powermacs have had a NMI switch, its usually labeled
> something like:
> (\/)
> however newwer machines don't seem to have this as its own button,
> instead its triggered via command power, but im not sure that works
> under linux, or if its even low level enough anymore.
> imacs have it hidden away in a pinhole next to the reboot (aka MacOS)
> switch.

Oh, is *that* what that little recessed button next to the AV output
jack on my iBook USB is?

The icon next to it is a left-pointing equilateral triangle inscribed in
a dark circle.

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