Remote Linux machine non-responsive, need to force *remote* reboot
Posted on 2006-07-12
I am away from my office and my Linux machine is powered on, but is non-responsive (cannot SSH, HTTP, etc). Since I cannot SSH I cannot remotely access the machine to reboot it. Is there any other crazy way to force the machine to reboot without using any direct physical contact with the machine?
I know this may be a dumb question, but I figured I would ask anyway.
Thanks (and just in case there are any concerns: yes it is my Linux machine and I am not hacking anything).