I learned linux on redhat/fedora systems, and I really like there runlevels.
The runlevels in ubuntu (inherited from debian i'm sure) are weird, there is no way to get a no GUI environment unless your turn off all the services manually (your display manager, desktop, login manager, etc.), which is frustrating.
Is there any way to change my runlevels, so that they are the same as fedora's?
I'm using nfsv4 to share between nodes on my LAN. Usually everything works great, but in the scenario of the nfs server getting shutoff, the nodes come unresponsive if a program attempts to access the now defunct NFS share. Is there anything I can do to change this behavior?For example, if I attempt to umount the share on the node, even a "force lazy" the process just ha
If I remove the quiet from cmdline, the following is observed:- SystemD hangs on a stop job for User Manager <uid> with <uid> containing the userid of the logged in user. I have a simple guest user and another user for me which mounts a luks disk.
on Red Hat’s based systems:
chkconfig --list app # shows runlevels for that app enabled/disabled
chkconfig --level 123456 app off # app will be disabled on 123456 runlevels
chkconfig --level 132456 app on # app will be enabled on 123456 runlevels
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