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RE: Help with break command

Rich Holland holland@guidancetech.com
Thu, 29 Apr 2004 11:48:41 -0700 (PDT)

Isn't ^ec-l1 defined by default, i.e. "<Ctrl-e> c l 1" in sequence?

It's been a few years but my fingers seem to remember that break sequence....

Rich Holland        (913) 645-1950        SAP Technical Consultant
print unpack("u","92G5S\=\"!A;F]T:&5R(\'!E<FP\@:&%C:V5R\"\@\`\`");

> -----Original Message-----
> From: users-bounces@conserver.com [mailto:users-bounces@conserver.com] On
> Behalf Of Pete Geenhuizen
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 1:38 PM
> To: users@conserver.com
> Subject: Help with break command
> I'm just getting started with conserver.  I've pretty much figured out
> what I want to do, but one thing eludes me.
> I'm running conserver on a Sun network, and for the life of me I can't
> figure out how to send a break sequence to halt the OS.
> There are some examples of break sequences, but I can't get any of them to
> work.  I'm used to sending <CTRL>]
> telnet> send break
> or
> sending the alternate break sequence of <RETURN>~<CTRL>b
> So how do I configure conserver's break seqences to do the same thing?
> In conserver.cf I currently have "\z" as the sun-std which does nothing
> but print some odd characters and \377\363: not found
> and
> "\r\d~\d^b" which does nothing but print ^b
> BTW this host is just using the standard break sequence.
> Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
> Thx in advance.
> Pete
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