But it's only secure cos it's not well known,
though you have the added security of combinations
of serial pins to use.. Could you use a multimeter
to see which of the serial pins were connected to
the keyboard connector?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Feeney [mailto:martin at tuatha.org]
> Sent: 20 June 2000 17:18
>> On 20 Jun 00, at 17:05, Mark Fallon wrote:
>> > I suppose you could hack the kernel to get it to ignore
> > the init= option, but this would cause its own problems.
>> You could remove the keyboard connector and rewire the
> keyboard from the
> motherboard to a serial connector. Then stick a serial
> connector on a
> keyboard you use to maintain the machine and keep the
> keyboard under lock
> and key.
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