On Fri, 07 Jan 2000 10:48:03 +0000
Donncha O Caoimh <donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com> wrote:
| We have one NT box and I had to login to share a file (can vnc send
| alt-ctrl-del? had to walk for ohh.. 2 minutes down a stairs etc, 'least
Yes, and if you have a NT box to hand you could have used server manager to
manipulate the shares.
| it's exercise I suppose..) but I pressed the magic combo of keys on the
| wrong keyboard, and down went our Linux dev server. Hardly anybody in so
Always, always hit control and let the display warm up, particularly relevant
if you are using a console switch. If you don't care to much about excess usage,
you could run X on the console, which will then trap the three finger salute,
while retaining the ability to have somebody reboot the machine using
The real stupid reboot trick is to type the reboot command, meaning to reboot
your personal computer, in the wrong window....
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