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REBOOT(2) System Calls Manual REBOOT(2)
reboot - close down the system or reboot
#define _MINIX_SOURCE 1
int reboot(int how, ...)
Reboot() is used to close down the system. It allows several ways of shutting down depending on how:
Halt the system and return to the monitor prompt.
Reboot the system by letting the monitor execute the "boot" command.
Cause a system panic. This is not normally done from user mode, but by servers using the sys_abort() kernel call.
reboot(RBT_MONITOR, code, length)
Halt the system and let the monitor execute the given code of the given length. (code is of type char * and length of type size_t.)
Reboot the system with a hardware reset.
Reboot() may only be executed by the super-user.
If the call succeeds, it never returns. If something went wrong, the return value is -1 and an error is indicated by errno.
shutdown(8), reboot(8), halt(8), sync(1).
Minix can not return to the monitor if running in real mode, or if started from MS-DOS. This means that most of the reboot functions will
change to a reset.
Edvard Tuinder (firstname.lastname@example.org.NL)