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SubjectRe: Am486/100 writeback processor reboot woes
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In linux.dev.kernel, article <326A5593.224B868@visi.net>,
Ted Garrett <teddygee@visi.net> writes:
>
> The problem is the motherboard's BIOS. Some motherboards support
> soft-reboot and some don't.

After installing an AMD 486/133 in one ASUS SP3G here, I had the same
problem. "Cold" reboot didn't work either. Grumble.

I finally installed the reboot-by-jumping-to-the-BIOS patch somebody posted
recently. Problem solved. Linus, how about it (controlled by a "reboot=bios"
option, perhaps)?

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