Remotely reboots a hung machine
'rICMP' is a Linux kernel patch that lets you reboot your machine using a simple ICMP ping. It includes password authentication and an ACL to manage hosts authorized to perform reboot. It allows you to reboot hung machines if the kernel and network are still alive.
released on 12 August 2005
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