Re: init level
Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
> In article <_ThLa81.0.8Y5.SSvLp_@debian>, Linh Dang <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I've got some diskcorruptions on my root partition. After some dpkg --install,
> >my system is now running fine. But I can't change run-level anymore...
> > $ telinit 1
> > No more processes in this runlevel
> Which version of sysvinit is installed, and what's the status?
> (dpkg -l sysvinit)
> >Another question, what is the file /etc/runlevel ??? I might have lost it
> >during the disk corruption (i.e. I don't have it now).
> It's a temporary file. You don't need it. Newer versions of sysvinit
> don't even use the temp files (instead they use the pipe /dev/initctl).
Your default runlevel is in the file /etc/inittab.
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