[clug-talk] deb questions
gustin at echostar.ca
Thu May 25 11:48:43 PDT 2006
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In debian all the runlevels are the same by default (except the shutdown
ones). I can't remember why they choose this, but I am sure their
reasons can be found somewhere on the debian.org site.
Jesse Kline wrote:
> Quoting Mitchell Brown <mbgb14 at gmail.com>:
>> I know that the kernel has runlevels. 5 is the normal one, 3 is a terminal,
>> 6 is reboot, 1 is basically like a safemode root console, and I forget the
>> others. I know in RH you use "chkconfig --add vsftpd" or whatever to add
>> them to the runlevel(s). But I dunno how to do it in Debian ... is that what
>> init is for?
> My Debian box is booting into X at runlevel 2, I don't get it.
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