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On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, jethro wrote:
> kern.version = OpenBSD 2.6-beta (GENERIC) #276: Tue Oct 5 18:53:43 MDT
> I was running an X session on my Tadpole 3GX and ran
> ifconfig le0 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.224
> and then
> route flush
> I rebooted a bit later with
> Nothing happened other than the reboot message, So I tried
> shutdown -r
> I ran shutdown -r a couple more times because it seemed useless.
> I then ran ps -aux to see that every process started in /etc/rc.local was
> running 4 times.
> Pause+o also didn't work, although it did write to syslog
> tctrl0: SHUTDOWN REQUEST!
I am running a 1999-10-05 snapshot on my machine and I have not seen
any problems. Though I only use halt and halt -p, I just tried reboot and
it worked fine. This is on a 3GX. Did you not install a new etc snapshot
- From: jethro <email@example.com>