Adding ALT+SysRQ key combinations would be a great addition (like pikvm has now)
The Linux Magic System Request Key Hacks (https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/admin-guide/sysrq.html) is just a fantastic way to interact with Linux when it's being "naughty".
PiKvm has it implemented in their "Shortcuts" menu, and I have used it loads of time to reboot a machine (B) that doesn't respond to cltr+alt+del, making sure it flushes disk cache before (S).
SysRq is a lifesaver, specially without physical access to a machine!
my 2 cents...
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- CCharles Hague @cghague2022-10-27 15:52:07.703Z
Hi Roberto - thanks for your question about the Magic SysRq combination!
I've been digging into this and it looks like this is a regression. I've raised a bug to get it fixed. The GitHub Issue is public so you can subscribe for notifications if you'd like to do so.
I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions!