putting 2.3.6 to the test

richard at reika.demon.co.uk richard at reika.demon.co.uk
Tue Jul 25 14:46:50 PDT 2000


>> > I thought runlevel 'S' was for Startup: those things that init starts
>> > regardless of the requested runlevel.
>> >
>> That was what I believed as well, and still do believe!

>Well, you should stop believing in those false idols, cuz "S" (and "s" to=
>o,
>BTW) is for single user runlevel, not startup=AD.

The meaning of the runlevel letters is chosen by whoever made the
startup scripts. We could all use different letters to confuse
each other, or follow the Linux Standard Base, and have S
for startup, and 1 for single user

Richard
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