On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 02:00:27PM -0800, Kevin Stevens wrote:
> On Nov 26, 2003, at 06:55, Bill Schoolcraft wrote:
> >
> >This FreeBSD box is a headless one which is also has a DB9 to a
> >headless Ultra-10 at my house and when I reboot it does
> >something wonky to the Ultra-10 so I'd hate to do that remotely
> >right now for I'm at work and couldn't "kick-it" manually if I
> >had to.
> If you're running the U10 headless, dropping DTR on the connection 
> will, by default, drop the U10 into OpenBoot, stopping execution of the 
> OS (this is true on most if all Sun boxes, not just the U10).  There's 
> a simple setting change to make on the U10 if you don't want this to 
> happen.  I no longer recall what it is offhand, but a quick Google 
> should fix you up.

It's in /etc/default/kbd; I also forget the name of the option, but it
has ALTERNATE in the name.



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