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Re: 3 questions about init level setting

On Saturday 26 March 2005 01:28, Bob wrote:
> 0. Can I use grub command line to transfer init level
> to kernel?  If yes, how?  I tried adding 'Full' or
> 'Single' at the end of kernel command line, but it
> didn't work
> 1. I modified /etc/inittab for several times,
>       id:2:initdefault:
>       id:3:initdefault:
> but Sarge always automatically boots into GUI.  why?
> 2. I tend to boot into level 3 as default.  Then if
> GUI is needed, I would like to manually start it by
> typing 'startx'.  Is there any other ways to do it?

Sorry, but these questions have nothing to do with development of the 
installation system (which is what debian-boot is about).

Please ask these (fairly basic linux) questions on the debian-user mail 
list or RTFM.
Hint: take a look at /etc/init.d and /etc/rc[S1-6].d


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