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slink on IPC: bad reboot

I've got slink running on an IPC quite well here.  One problem:
I need to run the machine head/keyboard/mouse-less,  and it refuses to
reboot without manual intervention.  

It boots fine on powerup and runs like a charm.  After I type "reboot",
however,  the kernel shuts down just fine,  and at the stage where I'd
expect the new boot to begin,  I get the "enter b,c,n" for
boot/new command mode" message ... lots.  It scrolls and scrolls and
scrolls ...

I've got boot-from set right in the NVRAM (like I said,  it boots fine on
powerup).  Any clues?



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