Subject: Re: rebooting netbsd
To: Emre Yildirim <email@example.com>
From: Wojciech Puchar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/26/2001 19:41:08
> When I issue the 'reboot' command in netbsd, somehow I get a "press any key to reboot
> the operating system" prompt everytime. This is very annoying with remote machines,
> because there is no one to press a key to reboot it and it stays on. Is there a way to
> change this? Is there an option in the kernel that will just reboot the machine
> withouthaving to press a key after issuing the command?
for every machine i installed netbsd it doesn't prompt for key when
starting "reboot" command only when "halt"
isn't your "/sbin/reboot" called by other name through link?
reboot and halt is the same binary and it's behavior depends from