> Does anyone on the list know what Ctrl+Alt+Delete does on a running FreeBSD 
> machine?

Normally it calls reboot(8).

But since this is a function of the syscons(4) driver,
you can disable (accidental) reboots by setting

            This option disables the ``reboot'' key (by default, it is
            Ctl-Alt-Del), so that the casual user may not accidentally reboot
            the system.

in the kernel config file (great for unattended, publicly
accessible machines!).

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