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a watchdog timer is a simple, low-level electronic timer to detect faults in program execution and recover from malfunction, usually by rebooting the system.

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Update. This package was moved from the upstream of the Arch Repo over to the AUR and no one has produced an ARM version so the watchdog package is no longer available via pacman. The sources are … Once the Kernel module is enabled you should see the /dev/watchdog device listed (in /dev.) You'll then need to install the watchdog package - this gives you the /etc/watchdog.conf file the Wiki …
answered Dec 31 '18 by tobyd