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Last Post by chris5126
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OK correct me if I am wrong but wouldn't this be an endless loop?

However the solution for the unix side is just to run a bash script to run a "reboot" command as root.

In windows I would suggest getting a program such as psexec to run reboot.exe which comes with the Windows Resource kit - also free.

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sounds like you're looking for a way to harm someone's system. that's illegal and isn't tolerated on DW

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It's very simple to do, a billion different ways, but not ethical. You can probably figure it out in a short while if you just practice on your own system for a bit ;)

Seriously - I don't think anyone's going to help you with this. It's a forum for folks who need help doing things; not undoing them.

Best of luck,

Mike

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surely this thread should be closed and deleted its obvious that cyberdyne just wants to cause harm.

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
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