I am currently running Ubuntu 9.04, Jaunty, and have had some issues that caused a few kernel panics to crop up. These panics cause the system to dump a bunch of information to the terminal and hang.
More often than not, these happen while I am away from the system. This means that the system sits idle until I come to the terminal, see that it has had a kernel panic, and restart the system.
Is there a way to automate the restart with Linux? I know that with a Windows BSOD, there is an option to automatically reboot after the core dump has occurred. Is there a similar option for Linux?