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Re: Running defrag in single user mode...



In article <34888C1A.64A9@Priss.com>, Curt Howland <Howland@Priss.com> wrote:
>Quick question from a non-unix person who doesn't
>want to break something "just poking around"...
>
>How does one go into "single user" mode, then start
>the multi user functions again?

As many other people on this list already mentioned, you can use "init 1"
or "telinit 1" to go single user. However you can also just use
"shutdown now". The absence of the -r (reboot) and -h (halt) flag will
cause shutdown to go to single user mode.

Mike.
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 Miquel van Smoorenburg |  Studying to be a technomage   <*>
    miquels@cistron.nl  | "May you live in interesting times"


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