Re: run level in debian
Thanks a lot.
On Mon, 1 Nov 1999, Martin Fluch wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Nov 1999, Hongyu Lu wrote:
> > I am a new user to Debian. After configuring the X Window, Debian seems
> > to like starting with a very high run-level with X Window support. But I'd
> > like to stay at a low-level without starting X automatically. I tried to
> > edit the inittab(like in Redhat), but didn't work. Can anybody help me?
> > Thanks.
> By default a Debian system startes into runlevel 2 ... you can change the
> behavior of the different run levels by adding appropriate symlinks to
> /etc/rc?.d/ or removing them ... see the FAQ in
> file:/usr/doc/debian/FAQ/index.html (particulary
> See also man update-rc.d
> ... and of course the mailing list archive (we had this thread a short
> while ago).
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