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How to recover from deadlock in Fedora?

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I have a machine running Fedora 19, which is experiencing a deadlock. What can I do to remedy this situation? I have tried

CRTL + ALT + F3 and

to get a login prompt to issue the reboot command, but the keyboard seems to be also locked.

posted Sep 25, 2014 by Kumar Mitrasen

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