ctrl-alt-del in serial console

Zeki Mokhtarzada zekispam at freewebz.com
Tue Jan 14 18:41:01 CST 2003

You could also use the magic SysRq key.  I think sending a break will act 
as the magic key on a serial console.  The SysRq is even more powerful 
than a c-a-d.

On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Darren wrote:

> I have several PE1650s with serial consoles attached.  According to the
> docs, I should be able to send it an <ESC>R<ESC>r<ESC>R over the serial
> line to deliver a ctrl-alt-del.  Has anyone been able to get this to work?
> My escape key seems to do the correct thing in this terminal as <ESC>2
> simulates the <F2> key, but I've not been able to get the c-a-d sequence
> to work once.
> Thanks.
> --d
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