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Date:      Mon, 04 Dec 1995 01:59:14 -0600
From:      John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org>
To:        Nate Williams <nate@rocky.sri.MT.net>
Cc:        Michael Jamet <mjamet@panix.com>, wlclarke@cats.ucsc.edu, FreeBSD-Questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: USR modem setup [ How to setup auto answer ] 
Message-ID:  <199512040759.BAA00581@complete.org>
In-Reply-To: Your message of "Sun, 03 Dec 1995 13:59:36 MST." <199512032059.NAA01050@rocky.sri.MT.net> 

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> BZZT.  Thanks for playing, but you're wrong.  <CTL><ALT><DEL> means
> nothing to *any* OS unless the OS allows does something special with
> that sequence of keys.  In FreeBSD, it used to mean absolutely nothing

What I've consistently heard is that it is a function of the PC BIOS that must 
be trapped in order to disable it or make it do something else.


> When you press <CTL><ALT><DEL> in FreeBSD you are basically doing the
> same thing as a 'shutdown -h now'.

Linux developers weren't that smart :-)

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-- 
John Goerzen, programmer and owner   | MICRO$oft only exists because some
Communications Centre & Complete BBS | people are too dumb to get something
E-mail jgoerzen@complete.org         | better, such as FreeBSD.





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