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Rebooting means booting the system again. This can be
accomplished by first shutting it down completely, turning
power off, and then turning it back on. A simpler way is to
ask shutdown to reboot the system, instead
of merely halting it. This is accomplished by using the
-r option to shutdown,
for example, by giving the command shutdown -r
Most Linux systems run shutdown -r now when ctrl-alt-del is pressed on the keyboard. This reboots the system. The action on ctrl-alt-del is configurable, however, and it might be better to allow for some delay before the reboot on a multiuser machine. Systems that are physically accessible to anyone might even be configured to do nothing when ctrl-alt-del is pressed.
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