CentOS 6.2, 2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64 laptop. SysRQ is enabled for keyboard input, as is witnessed by: $ cat /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq 1 Common Magic SysRQ Keys are working such as alt-sysrq-h. However, ...
Documentation for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (section 188.8.131.52) mentions these files in /proc/sys/kernel/: sysrq sysrq-key sysrq-sticky sysrq-timer The documentation for RHEL 5 also mentions them. ...
I have enabled SysRq in the kernel like this: $su #echo 1 > /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq and confirmed that it worked. Fn-F1 is my SysRq key, but every time I press Alt-Fn-F1 and any other letter ...
Under Slackware I never used the magical REISUB, and never used KDE (I don't know if it is important). But now I installed a Slackware13.37_64 with KDE, and, as far as I know, I didn't modify anything ...
I had a really bad lockup of my X server and had to do a Sys Rq + r to release my keyboard from X and get into a console. I was able to kill the process that was locking up my system, and continue my ...
In the magic sysrq key combinations, there is the combination alt+sysrq+r which, according to wikipedia, does the following: Switch the keyboard from raw mode, the mode used by programs such as ...