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SubjectRe: SysRq behavior

> Hi!
>
> > I don't remember having the same problem months (6?) ago when
> > I built my first Kernel with this enabled (well, maybe I never
> > touched the key).
> >
> > When built into the Kernel, by only pressing the
> > PrintScreen/SysRq the current application is terminated (tested
> > on a console and GNU screen). Is this just me or I should
> > expect it?
>
> Probably bug. Happens for me, too, and it is pretty nasty.

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?


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