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The "magic sysrq" key sequence is a feature of the Linux kernel that, when enabled, provides debugging and disaster recovery features on the system console and serial console.

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I don't think Ctrl+PrtScr will do much, what you need is SysRq (usually on the same physical key as PrtScr, accessed by holding Alt when pressing that key, for that reason it's a little unclear to be …
answered Apr 19 '18 by Henrik