Re: runlevels [was Re: Upcoming Debian Releases]
Alexander Koch writes:
> ~ # init
> Usage: init 0123456SsQqAaBbCc
> 1 is already multiuser, no networking (iirc).
> single-user is S or s (just like using the single as argument for lilo)!
> 2 is networking (basic, inn comes up etc)
> 3 is full networking (whatever you desire)
> 4 and 5 is to be filled with xdm (x) (for those who desire)
> 6 is reboot
> Did I get anything wrong?
* I think you at least missed something: runlevel 1 is a temporary one,
and automatically switches to S. I think you should never ask
'telinit S', but 'telinit 1'
* that's not complete either. As already mentionned, the manpage tells
about undocumented runlevels 7-9. It also poorly tells about those
AaBbCc I never really understood.
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