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Operant Conditioning by Software Bugs – Embedded in Academia

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/07/21

Good to remember both these:

[WayBack] Operant Conditioning by Software Bugs – Embedded in Academia which means when using a system, you subconsciously start behaving around it’s issues. This also happens when you the software you wrote the software for such a system: you hardly test the things that you broke.

The magic SysReq key on Linux systems running on PC-hardware allows you to sync/mount read-only/shutdown a system by keyboard (and many more options – see the Wikipedia list below). Do not forget to enable this as it is disabled by default. And remember that many laptops forego the SysReq key (as do Mac systems).

The order while holding Alt-SysReq down is S,U,B…

Both via [WayBack] Kristian Köhntopp – Google+


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