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Thread: super easy to reboot the linux machine from the command line

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    super easy to reboot the linux machine from the command line

    >sudo reboot
    I was impress knowing this command because it is better than using >sudo shutdown -h now and pressing the power button to start the machine back up.
    I can see a rude little joke in saying use >sudo shutdown -h now to reboot your machine and the user cannot turn it back on so they just have to drop using a computer all together.
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    Re: super easy to reboot the linux machine from the command line

    sudo shutdown -r now would be like sudo reboot.
    sudo shutdown -h now would be more like sudo halt - though I don't know if they're equivalent... seems like one of them doesn't actually power down.
    Last edited by Iowan; December 9th, 2013 at 02:14 AM.
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