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Re: [K12OSN] Runlevel 3



The runlevel on boot is configured via /etc/inittab.  The line saying:

id:5:initdefault:

That "5" is the runlevel on bootup.

Jon

On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Access Systems wrote:

> On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Kale Schaub wrote:
>
> > I changed the necesary configuration and started the workstation in run
> > level three.  I get a default bash shell, and the server's /opt/ltsp/i386
> > directory is mounted on /.  This is not very usefull as there is a very
> > limited number of commands/programs accesible and there is no prompt for
>
> I did it in Root and got a change to run level 3 no problem. but when I
> had to reboot it reverted to run level 5 and I had to change it again,
> can't seem to get the default changed (RH9)  by changing it on root
> and setting runlevel 3 as default all the users went to runlevel 3 as
> default, which was what I wanted....but if I reboot all of em go back to
> runlevel 5???????
>
> Bob
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