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Date:      Fri, 5 May 1995 19:51:36 -0400
From:      kelly@fsl.noaa.gov (Sean Kelly)
To:        nate@trout.sri.mt.net
Cc:        markh@stack.urc.tue.nl, questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: turning off ctrlaltdel
Message-ID:  <9505052351.AA27545@yarmouth.fsl.noaa.gov>
In-Reply-To: <199505052351.RAA20230@trout.sri.MT.net> (message from Nate Williams on Fri, 5 May 1995 17:51:11 -0600)

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>>>>> "Nate" == Nate Williams <nate@trout.sri.mt.net> writes:

    Nate> They are *way* too many configuration options as it is. 

Hmmm, yes, I suppose there are.

    Nate> If you *really* want to make sure nothing happens, modify
    Nate> init to ignore the signal and no matter what it will get
    Nate> ignored.

What about those times when a system's thoroughly hosed---filesystem's
unresponsive, all but a few windows hung, rlogins not working, no room
in process table, and you'd like to exec three syncs and hope for the
best, but all you can do is exec a signal off to pid 1?

-- 
Sean Kelly
NOAA Forecast Systems Lab, Boulder Colorado USA

Collect Chia-Pets.
-- One of 120 ways to annoy your roommate.



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