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  1.    #1  
    Hi,


    I was wondering if anyone would happen to know the luna send command to soft reset the phone. The reason I ask is so that the great Zinge could be so kind and make a soft reset app switch thing for me.


    Thanks for the help...
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    Not sure what you're trying to accomplish so here's a vague attempt to answer your question.

    Not so much a reset but a rescan.

    luna-send -n 1 palm://com.palm.applicationManager/rescan {}

    To restart GUI: initctl stop LunaSysMgr && initctl start LunaSysMgr
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    I use the rescan one that SiLly mentioned and the following when I need to restart Luna:

    pkill LunaSysMgr
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  4.    #4  
    I mean like a soft reset of the whole phone. like a reboot.

    what I'm trying to accomplish is the same soft reset that is attained when you go into device info, then reset options and then restart the phone.

    Thanks for the replies guys.
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    luna-send -n 1 palm://com.palm.power/shutdown/machineReboot {\"reason\":\"Yada yada yada\"}
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    why not just send a reboot at the prompt...

    If you have the terminal app installed, you can just type...reboot...
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    There's a Preware app that's called Luna Manager. When opened, it has 3 buttons.

    Rescan: Rescans apps, used to make apps installed with ipkg from the command line show up.
    Restart Luna: Soft reset. Doesnt power down the phone, just the OS.
    Restart Java: Causes the phone to lose all service and reboots.
  8. #8  
    How do you type the "{}" in Terminal? I've been doing "reboot" because I dont know how to make those brackets when using the command to rescan.
  9. #9  
    If you're using "Terminal" from webOS Internals, there's probably a shortcut in "Non-Obvious Keys" in the App menu (upper left).
  10. #10  
    Way to go, you just revived a year-old thread.

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