do a "ps auxw" and see if anything is stalled.
/sbin/lsmod will tell you if any modules are still loaded. Try and
remove them (/sbin/rmmod module) and hopefully they will.
Did any machines with NFS shares to your machine crash? Same applies to
Samba, more so with Samba actually..
You could try "killall -9 init" which might do terrible things!
"Kathryn Cassidy (User Account)" wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I've a wee problem. The keyboard on my linux box has
> just decided not to work. The mouse is still fine, but
> while things like numlock work fine, nothing I type on
> the keyboard is appearing on screen or having any
> effect on the machine.
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