On Fri, Mar 22, 2002 at 10:04:58AM +0000, Mark Kilmartin mentioned:
> The F10 is used for a shortcut in BIOS configuration.
>> And the Ctrl Alt Del is basically to be used where the computer has
> jumped past the Screen that allows me to get into the BIOS before I
Then you can't do that. You need something like the compaq RIB card,
which blends VGA & keyboard/mouse into a serial-like line. Expensive.
Or you could get a real machine, like the HP Netservers, which do their
BIOS etc. over serial. They kick ass.
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