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Re: X and runlevels

> On 04 Sep 2000, Ethan Benson <erbenson@alaska.net> wrote:

> > also debian believes in leaving the runlevel configuration to the
> > admin to define.

alfie@innocent.com (Gerfried Fuchs) wrote:

>  Sure - but there is the FHS (I hope that I read it there) that
> defines what at least runlevel 2 and 3 are for.  I would really
> like to see that Debian complies with the FHS in that case, when it
> complies to it in the other meanings also, quite strict, even.

Not quite.  The FHS briefly mentions *System V's* runlevel 2 and 3
(along with Berkley's multiuser state).  It does not specify anything
about runlevels for Linux or any other OS.

- Brian

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