On Thu, 03 Feb 2000, you wrote:
> Look in /etc/inittab for the line
> ca::ctrlaltdel:/sbin/shutdown -t3 -r now
> which reboots when you give give the machine the 3-finger salute.
> Type /sbin/init -q to enable the change.
That only works if you have root access...
> I disabled it after I rebooted a Linux box by accident when I meant to
> login to an NT box. (Still think that's a stupid way of bringing up the
> login dialog, but then again, this from the company that asks you to
> click "Start" to shutdown.. </sarcasm>)
I keep a long way away from NT. I saw that once on the login screen and
could scarcely believe my eyes. What are these people on?
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