Greetings again. Sometimes I want to do a "shutdown now; <use /bin/sh>; exit" to reload the upper layers of the system without doing a full reboot. If I'm not at the console, I can't do this, so I have to do the reboot, which takes much longer because of all the kernel loading and hardware probing.

Is there a way to give a "shutdown now; <use /bin/sh>; exit" command from the command line if I'm logged in remotely? Or do I really need to use "reboot" and go through the whole hardware reinitialization?

--Paul Hoffman
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