Alt-SysReq-K has no effect, or unintended effect (depending on system it is used on)
On the Ubuntu-
An alternate key sequence was noted: Alt-SysReq-K.
I've been asked to post a bug detailing that this key sequence does not seem to have any effect, and on some of my systems simply brings up the screenshot dialog, even if the print screen button is not the same as SysReq (which it is on some of them, but not all of them.)
Some preliminary details:
I have a (slightly) modified NW8440 laptop workstation made by HP in 2006 running Intrepid Ibex on a core duo, with an ATI graphics card.
I have a built from OEM parts desktop that was put together this new-years with a Core 2 Quad, 4 gigaybytes of ram, and an NVidea graphics card.
And earlier tonight I was at my friends place helping him set up Ubuntu on the desktop that he just recieved via FedEx, and this same command sequence had no noticeable effect, on either the Live cd environment, or the installed environment. I know his processor is AMD, but I don't know any other details than that.
Could someone perhaps direct me to where i could find useful information to append to this bug report?
|ropers (ropers) wrote : Re: [Bug 329644] Re: Alt-SysReq-K has no effect, or unintended effect (depending on system it is used on)||#11|