I am using SCO 5.0.5 and on other PC's where I have used I could from the root prompt either type init 6 to reboot or init 0 to get it in a turn off/ press any key to reboot state.
The new machine I'm using works great but when I use either init 6 or 0, it gets to the
Safe to Power Off
Press any key to restart.
Regardless of what I do nothing happens. It won't reboot and pressing the power key should turn it off immediately but doesn't.
I have checked man reboot, man init man shutdown but I'm damned if I can find where or which file to vi and change it.
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