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Re: rebooting a remote FC3 system



On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 11:56:07AM -0700, bruce wrote:
> bill...
> 
> i'm pretty sure it 'reboots', ie, the remote system has the user/passwd
> prompt.. i put a dummy character in the user... i go to my system that i'm
> using to ssh into the box. i do a 'reboot' and i see that the remote screen
> no longer has the 'dummy char' in the user.. if i'm fast enough, i can
> actually see part of the reboot process..
> 
> but i still have the network connection issue that i mentioned....
> 
> if i stand at the machine, and physically power it down/hit the reboot
> switch, everything works ok..
> 
> -bruce
I was not reading you original message carefully enough. There is one
thing that you don't indicate you did. What happens if you choose
reboot from the gdm login screen? If that reboots without networking
being functional then it indeed is a hardware problem, Rebooting
remotely should be exactly like rebooting from the login screen,
> 
> 
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