>> Firstly, I am getting a number of kernel token ring errors on my
> machines which are running RH5.1. They are of the form "tr0: New Ring
> Status 20". However, the number at the end of the message changes.
> Does anybody know where I can find a list of these error codes so that
> I can determine the cause of the problem.
>sounds like Token Ring .. and you do work in IBM :-), source code for
token ring stuff in kernel is probably only place with info, or search on
deja or altavista..
> Secondly, when a PC is running at runlevel 3, is there any way that the screen
> can be locked so that people cannot come up and start typing away - they must
> type in a password to free up the keyboard.
get vlock, and do vlock -a
or logout all the terminals so they need an a/c ?
> Mise Le Meas/Kind Regards/Mit Freundlichen Gruessen
>> Nick Elliott,
> Disk Test Engineering,
> Storage systems Division,
> IBM International Holdings
> E-mail: Nick_Elliott at ie.ibm.com> Tel: +353-1-8153031
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