How to restart computers in single user mode?

I 'd like to use ARD to send a command to reboot target computers in Single User mode (and then run line of command).

have you considered just using safeboot? safeboot dose many of the same things applejack dose, and it's built into the mac os x.
Safeboot using ARD:
You can start a safeboot by send unix command, as root, command:
nvram boot-args="-x -v"
send command reboot computer
After the reboot, you could then send unix command, as user root, command:
sudo nvram boot-args=""
send command reboot computer
NOTE: some features do not work while the computer is in safeboot, so it's a good idea to have the computer plugged in by ethernet, because most macs still work over ethernet in safeboot.
Or you could just tell the user to reboot the computer holding the shift key, and when they get to the login window with the words "safeboot" to reboot the computer again.
FYI: in the past i've ran safeboot, and watching the output, I could see it repaired the disk and permistions. soo if I had a disk that needed repairing, you could in thory try safeboot to fix the issue. The computer already runs a RAM test every time you power on the computer.

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