Re: Installing Debian on Ultrasparc III machines
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- Subject: Re: Installing Debian on Ultrasparc III machines
- From: Josip Rodin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 11:30:56 +0200
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On Sun, Sep 30, 2007 at 02:07:27PM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > > In any case, I let it run some more, and then when it went more or less
> > > dead, I tried to press the said key combination on the keyboard - to no
> > > avail.
> > BREAK is an RS-232 signal that you'd send over the serial console. (I am
> > assuming here that you've been instructed to use SysRq functionality
> > after a crash). To do it at the keyboard, try Alt+Stop+p. If you have
> > magic sysrq enabled and that doesn't work, file a bug on the Linux kernel
> > documentation.
> Oh, it's Alt+Stop. Well, I never would have guessed that, esp. given that
> the Sun keyboard that came with this machine has Break written under the
> Pause key :) I'll try that, thanks. Unsurprisingly, lebrun died a while ago
> again, so it's now once again in that state where it needs help.
I tried that now now - it didn't work :(
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