'fallback-reboot' is a last resort, when you need to remotely reboot a computer. It maximizes its ability to get the job done by completely avoiding touching the hard disk; it does not opens any files, it does not fork or exec, and it locks itself into memory to avoid swapping/paging. It includes optional cryptography.
released on 26 March 2005
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 March 2005.