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Try this command: service netifd restart Concerning your question: yes, rebooting your computer will have the effect of restarting all the services that are set to run at boot, but it's quite a brutal way to go if you just need to restart one service. Much better to find a solution for the latter.


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If you're running systemd (most Linux distributions released in the last couple of years do), then the absence of systemctl suggests that you've seriously broken your system. In that case nobody can say for sure (given the information in the question) whether your system will even come back up after a reboot. If you're not running systemd (because you ...



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