Re: Runnlevels are not entered (LILO prompt)
On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 07:06:57PM +0300, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Am 2018-06-10 hackte Reco in die Tasten:
> > Hi.
> > On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 02:25:30PM +0300, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> >> Good day,
> >> I run Stretch on my Laptop with sysvinit.
> >> I had setup some profiles and tried to start them by passing 2, 3,
> >> 4, 5 at the end of the Kernel commandline (I use LILO) but the
> >> appropriated runnlevel ist not entered.
> >> Do I mis something?
> > Whatever you did to LILO you did it wrong.
> I have this parameter in "append" of each kernel section since ages!
> to be more precise, since Woody and it was working!
Multiple exclamation signs are not a valid substitute for a
configuration file. Please show an appropriate lilo.conf snippet.
> > Check your /proc/cmdline
> > after the boot.
> > Every init I've tested assumes a runlevel passed as a last argument of
> > /proc/cmdline.
> It show at the end 2/3/4 depending how I boot, but after login I am
> in the default runlevel 2.
Again, show, do not tell.
Install bootlogd, attach fresh /var/log/boot to your e-mail.
Show /proc/cmdline. Post the output of 'who -r'.
> The kernel parameter is ignored under Stretch.
Works for me. The question is - what you've done to achieve such