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Bug#325234: debian-policy: mention if coincidence runlevels 2345 all same

On Friday 02 September 2005 19:35, Bill Allombert wrote:
> Yes, it works while the RH/MDK/SuSE implementation does not.
> On Debian at least you do not need to mess with /etc/inittab each time
> you install/remove a display manager.
> How do you plan to fix that while keeping the admin free to change the
> run-level ?

wouldn't need fixing, as nothing would be broken:
if the graphical runlevel is used as the default then runlevel 5 
automatically becomes equal to runlevel 3 when no display manager is 
installed, no need to mess with inittab at all.

(actually the distinction between 'multi-user without network'  and 
'multi-user with network' is more interesting to me: booting a laptop 
without netwerk easily saves whatever the netwerktimeout is on bootup when 
your somewhere without working network, which by default is a minute I 
Cheers, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis)
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