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Re: [Xen-users] How to recover from crashed domU?

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] How to recover from crashed domU?
From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 22:33:39 +0000
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Mark Foster wrote:
> I suggest '~.'
> It has been used to jump out of ssh and cu for quite some time.

That's an AltGr'd key on many international keyboards, but without any
other modifiers than what's required to press the key, confusion is
not likely to arouse.

Only problem with ~ is that it's commonly used on Unix.

Ernst Bachmann wrote:
> Just for the record, Ctrl-] has been used to jump out of telnet for quite some
> even longer time :).

If I had to guess, I'd say that a very small percentage of regular
international telnet users actually use that.

Still a lousy shortcut :-).

If I may suggest something, how about CTRL-F10.
The F keys are universal in that they require no shift, ctrl or alt to press.

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