Subject: Re: Two questions (startup stuff and monitor settings)
From: Benjamin Karas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 23 1999 - 23:26:03 MDT
On Tue, 24 Aug 1999, Evan Read wrote:
> I used ksysv and found NFS running at runlevel 3.
> Would it be safe to just "cut" the script outta there?
Yes, though you might want to set it to stop nfsfs just in case.
> Also, does the number of the runlevel determine its order of booting?
Linux always boots into exactly one runlevel. Runlevel S or 1 is single
user mode. This usually has no virtual terminals, is bare bones, and has
no password. Runlevel 3 is network/server. It has multiple terminals,
network, services. Runlevel 5 is X. It has multiple terminals, network,
services, and X windows. Which runlevel starts on reboot is controlled
by /etc/inittab, which also controls some of the things running in each
runlevel (see the man page for more.) You can switch runlevels as root
using the init command.
Exactly what ends up running is usually a combination of /etc/inittab ,
/etc/inetd.conf , and the /etc/rc.d/rc#.d/ folder.
> Thanks... very big help.
YVW. You are very inquisitive and ask intelligent questions. :P
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