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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Stateful Magic Sysrq Key
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> On Tuesday 02 October 2001 03:02, Ian Stirling wrote:
> > > The following patch is a reworked patch which originated from Amazon.
> > > It makes the sysrq key stateful, giving it the following behaviours:
> >
> > IMO, this is needed for broken keyboards, but in this exact form will
> > cause problems for those without them.
<snip>
> This behavior *is* optional -- both as a compile-time option and as a
> value in /proc/sys.

Sorry, I diddn't see it, I had a quick scan, and it seemed to me that
it was a replacement for the current magic-sysrq, not an alternative.
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