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SubjectRe: SysRq behavior
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James Simmons <jsimmons@suse.com> writes:

> Just played with this bug. It doesn't kill a login shell but does any
> app running on it. I just went looking for where "Quit" is printed
> out. When I press SysRq Quit is printed on the command line. Any ideas?

Not a bug. Normally,. PrtSc will generate a ^\, which is the default
value of stty quit. Try

stty quit ^A
cat

and hit PrtSc

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