Re: shut down problem
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I haven't been following this thread, but 'init 0' is what I use to
shutdown my linux servers completely. (If they power back on
by themselves, it might be a setting in your BIOS).
'init 0' is not as 'graceful' as shutdown, which does proper
housecleaning and allows processes to terminate themselves
and their child processes. 'init 6' will reboot your machine.
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