In article <bfs732$e2v$svr.pol.co.uk>, Chas
> type 'reboot -n' without the quotes. The -n flag prevents the file
> system cache from being flushed. Some people have suggested that this
> option should be used as it could prevent possibly corrupted data being
> written back to disk.[/ref]
No need to reboot. Just log out of the shell with control-d or exit,
and startup will continue in full multi-user mode.
Jerry Kindall, Seattle, WA <http://www.jerrykindall.com/>
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