Thx for that link @judd
P/S; Please read carefully before doing anything alike !
Can I delete the publication if you want ?
I haven’t tried that command on Linux, if that’s what you mean.
Other than the remote feature, I’d just hold the button. By the time you find whatever you wrote that down…
No need to delete @judd
Good tip if needed.
Of course, but maybe someone knows how to do it, without resetting or directly switching off the machine, being a laptop…
Thanks for the reply, I don’t understand this part. What makes a laptop different? Sorry if this is a dumb question, I just done get it.
I guess there are people who can remember that incantation six months later.
I don’t think I expressed myself well.
It is simply that laptops don’t have a reset button on the pc-desktop, or so called
That is all.
Thanks, I see. My sincere condolences to any one who has a computer old enough to not switch off by holding down the power button +5 sec. I mean
I get frequent lockups when doing overclocking or undervolting and holding down the power button is the standard.
This will result in data loss but so will everything else when the system is a brick.
If you can still access any tty, your system is technically not frozen. To skip fs sync when reboot, try
$sudo reboot -n