Is it possible to warm-reboot Linux, directly reloading GRUB without passing through the BIOS? I have a computer whose BIOS is buggy and takes a while due to its hating my disks so if I can reboot directly to Grub it would be great.
To those that are confused: I'm looking for is a kernel module that acts to unload the kernel and execute the boot sector upon a "reboot".
Here are my system specs:
Emachines el1200-06w with an AMD athlon 64