linux linux/bt linux/bt/pxelinux.bin linux/bt/pxelinux.cfg linux/bt/pxelinux.cfg/0A04011E linux/bt/bzImage2.4 linux/bt/netfinity.initrd linux/netfinity linux/netfinity/netfinity.disk
Plug and pray!
Once Linux has started you shouldn't just kill it, else you'll have to wait on a file system integrity check on the next reboot. To shutdown linux you may log in as root and enter ``shutdown -h now''.
On the local console, you may press Ctrl-Alt-Delete, especially after changing /etc/inittab to perform a halt instead of a reboot.
From OS/400 you may telnet to your netfinity box, log on as a normal user, use su command to chane to root priviledge and enter the shutdown command ``shutdown -h now''. You may use an old fashioned twinax terminal to do so if you want, OS/400 supports a telnet command.
Afterwards OS/400 you may ``vary off'' the device from wrkcfgsts *nws using option 2, but since there is no status communication between both machines this essentially means the same as just switching off the PC. OS/400 will always report a failure.