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SubjectRe: SYSRQ accidents
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In message <Pine.LNX.4.00.9809011733150.12871-100000@stoli.spirits.org.au>, 
Nat
han Hand writes:
+-----
| On Tue, 1 Sep 1998, Guest section DW wrote:
| > From: Nathan Hand <nathanh@chirp.com.au>
| > On Fri, 28 Aug 1998, David Meyer wrote:
| > > Am I the first one to aim for "k" and accidently hit "l" ? eh? I just
| > > wanted to saK my current TTY, not destroy my system!
| > SAK isn't supposed to be a neat toy. It's for developers.
| > Hmm - sounds like someone who doesnt have a clue what SAK is for.
| Apparently myself and 1,000 kernel developers. That is, unless you
| think that "Kernel Hacking" applies to non-kernel developers.
+--->8

Secure Attention Key is a security feature, not a development feature.

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