Verb(1) cause to load (an operating system
(1) Since I was no longer able to access ANY of my files from the command line, I decided to reboot the system.(2) Upon reboot , your Linux installation is complete.(3) Faster would result in artifacting or a garbled screen, requiring a reboot to restore things to working order.(4) Crane attempts to reboot his flagging career(5) British television had a big hit with the reboot of Doctor Who(6) You tell the configurator you want to restore the factory default configuration, then reboot the system with the console port connected to your serial port.(7) British television had a big hit with the reboot of Doctor Who(8) For example, a runlevel of 0 corresponds to a halted system while a runlevel of 6 corresponds to a system reboot .(9) After a reboot , we then overclocked the video card in XTurbo mode, which used slightly higher voltages on the core and memory.(10) the new value will not be in force until you reboot the system(11) I had to reboot my mom's computer for the settings to ‘take’.(12) Each test was done immediately following a reboot with no other software running in the background.(13) the new value will not be in force until you reboot the system(14) When I first installed it, the mouse pointer would frequently just freeze without warning and I would have to reboot the computer.(15) After a routing driver and software installation, a reboot is necessary.(16) Having written this down, you may now reboot the system and enter this on the command line.
(1) reboot :: לְאַתחֵל
1. boot ::
2. bring up ::
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