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SubjectRe: IBM PS/2 keyboard (P/N 42H1292) and magic SysRq keys
Hi!

> > Only some of the key combinations work (for example, Alt-SysRq-[0-47-8]
> > don't, but *-[56] do). When I attach a different keyboard, all key
> > combinations work fine. Any suggestions?
>
> Throw the PS/2 keyboard away, or remap the 5 and 6 keys to something else.
> They keyboard doesn't support that combination in hardware - is
> slightly broken.

Who said all combinations of keys are supported? Actually, it is linux
that is broken because it expects that combinations to work, and it is
me who is responsible.
Pavel
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