How to gracefully reboot your Ubuntu/Debian system if all else fails

August 16, 2007

There you are, staring at a crashed Gnome session, CTRL-ALT-BKSPC does nothing. ALT-CTRL-F1 won
’t bring you to a terminal. In short, your choices seem to be limited to holding down the power button and chancing file system corruption or nothing. But wait! There’s two more options that you may not have known about.

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