janina at rednote.net
Wed Oct 27 20:53:02 EDT 2004
John McCann writes:
> 1. How does one go into "single user" mode?
You can come back to runlevel 3 with:
These are specific to Fedora/Redhat.
> 2. What is telinit?
It's a command. The wag in me wants to say it's the mother of all
commands -- but I diagress.
Learn more by issuing:
> 3. What is a run level?
A description of what kind of services are made available on Linux
systems. For example, the primary runlevels on Fedora include:
runlevel 1 -- also known as single user mode. No login is required.
There are not multiple consoles, etc.
runlevel 3: Multiple user and networking services provided -- but no
runlevel 5: gui
runlevel 6: reboot
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