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 disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: svenwang 
Date:   06-10-00 16:20

when i press ctrl-alt-del key, my freebsd4.0 is going to reboot.how can i find the relative config file and disable it?some suggestions? thanks.

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 RE: disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   06-10-00 20:32

I'm sure I've read this somewhere. Have you searched http://freebsd.org/? I suspect it's in the FAQ.

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 RE: disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: svenwang 
Date:   07-10-00 09:43

thank you.
yes, i find it in faq.but it ask me to build and install a new kernel with the line "options SC_DISABLE_REBOOT" or "options PCVT_CTRL_ALT_DEL".
I am a newbie for freebsd and have much to learn to build kernel.but actually I find a easy way to my destination in linux.I modify /etc/inittab and it's ok.

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 RE: disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   08-10-00 01:38

Building the kernel is something you can learn to do. It's in the handbook.

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 RE: disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: icmpecho 
Date:   10-10-00 02:05

dont need to recompile
just edit the keymap
they are located under /usr/share/syscons/keymaps
replace boot with nop
man kbdcontrol for how to load a keymap



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 RE: disable ctrl-alt-del key?
Author: Benjamin Voigt 
Date:   10-10-00 14:44

Sorry, this is off topic
but I just like the nick "icmpecho" :-)
I just disabled it on our FW, does this mean
I can't read any posts from "icmpecho" now?
Funy though...

Saludos Ben

P.S.
Please remove "_" from my mail address

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