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SubjectRe: TTY switching - SysReq rather than Alt please?
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> >  It occurs to me that a better key binding for switching consoles, and for
> > switching from X to text would be Alt-SysReq Function-key so that the
> > Alt function keys could be used by programs. Any hope of this change being
> > implemented? Or reasons why not?
> >
>
> 1. On most notebooks/etc SysReq is a combination of Fn+PrtSc(or any other
> key) - i.e. Alt-SysRq+F1 == Alt-Fn-SysRq-F1... Iv just tryed tu push it
> 8-O That's not easy ;-))
>
> 2. It seems not all keyboards have SysRq...

What was SysRq originally for? I have yet to see any software that makes any
use of it.

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