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Re: "3 fingers"

In message <29807.894392944@natasha.wolfram.com>,
	Tobias Weingartner writes:
>On Tuesday, May 5, Aaron Jackson wrote:
>> I have my OpenBSD i386 machine in my bedroom where nobody but myself uses it
>> I have been able to totaly freeze up the system at least once a week and
>> the only thing it responds to is pressing the reset switch.  I would
>> like another option, as I am afraid one day my hard disk will really get
>> trashed.
><ctrl-alt-esc>boot sync

Umm, no.  DDB is not equilavent to having a keyboard reboot sequence.

One does not use DDB on production machines.

>might work if you are not in X when it happens (and you have the sysctl vars
>set right).

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