Hello all. When I type "reboot" at the command prompt in the terminal, does it run some kind of batch file or does it run an executable? Where is this executable located?
Actually, what I'm really interested in is to know what port Linux is writing to to perform the reboot. For example, I know you can write to port 92h, 64h, or cf9h, to do the reboot. I'd like to know which of these linux uses, and if it's possible to change it so that it's using a different port from what it currently uses. For example, if it's using 92h, but I'd like it to use 64h instead, would it be possible to do this?