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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.5] speedup kallsyms_lookup
> Ctrl-ScrollLock on mine if I'm following you correctly.
> Same as Sysrq-P if sysrq is enabled, except that the former
> is always available.

Try Ctrl-,Alt/AltGr-,Shift- with the same key.
>
> Are there other similar functions that are available without
> Sysrq enabled? If so, where can I find info about them?

Quite a lot.

In your keymap. e.g. on a SuSE system.

getkeycodes will output a map of the key codes.

% less /usr/share/kbd/keymaps/i386/include/linux-keys-bare.inc

alt keycode 59 = Console_1
alt keycode 60 = Console_2
...
control alt keycode 59 = Console_1
control alt keycode 60 = Console_2
...
alt keycode 71 = Ascii_7
alt keycode 72 = Ascii_8
...
alt keycode 103 = KeyboardSignal
alt keycode 105 = Decr_Console
alt keycode 106 = Incr_Console
...
shift keycode 104 = Scroll_Backward
shift keycode 109 = Scroll_Forward
control alt keycode 111 = Boot
...
keycode 84 = Last_Console # Alt+SysRq/PrintScrn
#keycode 99 = Control_backslash # SysRq/PrintScrn
keycode 99 = VoidSymbol
control keycode 99 = Control_backslash

plain keycode 70 = Scroll_Lock
shift keycode 70 = Show_Memory
control keycode 70 = Show_State
alt keycode 70 = Show_Registers
keycode 101 = Break # Ctrl+Break/Pause
control keycode 101 = Control_c
shift keycode 101 = Control_backslash
keycode 119 = Pause # Break/Pause




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