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Hello!

Different OSes are going have slightly different signals. I found this for windows:

  • ABRT2 -- This signal means that another process is trying to abort your process.
  • BREAK2 -- This signal indicates that a Ctrl+Break key sequence was pressed under Windows.
  • TERM2 -- This signal means that another process is trying to terminate your process.
  • SEGV2 -- This signal indicates that a segment violation has taken place.
  • FPE2 -- This signal catches floating point exceptions.
  • ILL2 -- This signal indicates that an illegal instruction has been attempted.
  • INT2 -- This signal indicates that a Ctrl+C key sequence was pressed under Windows.
  • sub kill_handler { open(my $theend, ">", ABORTED"); close($theend); } $SIG{'ABRT2'} = 'kill_handler'; $SIG{'ILL2'} = 'kill_handler';

    Kurt


    In reply to Re: print on reboot or process shutdown by whereiskurt
    in thread print on reboot or process shutdown by marto9

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