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gshutdown

Section: Maintenance Commands (8)
Updated: Apr 16 2001
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NAME

gshutdown - reboot or shutdown your machine  

SYNOPSIS

gshutdown

or select Shut Down or Reboot from the System submenu of the Main Menu.  

DESCRIPTION

Gshutdown is a program for shutting down your computer. It has support for changing the systems runlevel, too. You need root privileges to use this program. An utility like xsu(8) may be useful here.

For full documentation see the Gshutdown online help.

 

AUTHOR

Gshutdown was written by Havoc Pennington (<hp@redhat.com>).

This manual page was written by Jochen Voss <voss@mathematik.uni-kl.de>.

 

SEE ALSO

shutdown(8), halt(8), reboot(8), telinit(8), xsu(8)


 

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