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 RE: Re-evaluating system files without reboot
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   15-10-00 01:49

Yes. You drop to single user mode:

shutdown now

Then exit or CONTROl-D to go back into multi-user mode.

NOTE: this process does not affect your uptime. Try it.

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 RE: Re-evaluating system files without reboot   new
Dan Langille 15-10-00 01:49 


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