At this point there are way too many people to thank individually, so this
is a blanket thank you. Thanks.
There were a few people who were curious as to the accual key strokes used
to send a break to the system. Well in Hyperterminal (which as it turns
out is _not_ made by MS) it's the Ctrl key plus the Pause/Break key
(Ctrl-Break) which I'm sure astounds most of us. ;-)
I'll also add that you must set your terminal type to "tty" for the PC
console to work.
A few people suggested using the terminal program Terra-term, which is
supposedly free for individual use. I personally have not used this yet
but I plan on checking it out when I have some time to stop and think.
On Fri, 23 Jul 1999, Sean Korten wrote:
> Thanks to all of the following people:
> Arthur Darren Dunham
> Aravind Mallipudi
> Jonathan Loh
> Ed Sanborn
> Sydney Weinstein
> Doug Otto
> The unanamous answer was to send a break to the terminal. In reflecting I
> should have known this, but I guess I just wasn't thinking straight.
> Related to this: It seems that Windows Hyperterminal is not capable of
> sending a break signal. Silly MS...
> Original question is as follows:
> > I have an E5500 that I am ready to install Solaris 2.6 on. I have
> > established a tty console on my laptop. Now the only thing that is
> > holding me back is that I do not know how to do a "stop a" so I can tell
> > the machine to do a "boot net - install".
> Sean Korten UNIX Systems Administrator
> firstname.lastname@example.org SRA International
> As of 6:31pm my computer has been up 85 days and 4:39, hours. How about yours?
-- Sean Korten UNIX Systems Administrator email@example.com SRA International As of 6:16pm my computer has been up 88 days and 4:24, hours. How about yours?
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