Why are you trying to use Runlevel 4?Red Hat Linux and FedoraRed Hat as well as most of its derivatives (such as CentOS) uses runlevels like this:Red Hat Linux/Fedo... [by vonskippy]
on 02/08/2013 – Made popular on 02/08/2013
Are runlevels really obsolete? That's according to the runlevel man page.
Also, I have been reading the fedora 17 documentation, and found that there is a lot of incorrect/out-dated documentation on runlevels. I'm hoping to find out how the out-dated runlevel system has changed, and also when the change was made.
hi all,i have a live flash media server running on centos 5 64bit in a distant datacenter thats in runlevel 5. my question is if i ran telinit 3 to change from the current runlevel of 5... [by bashir_centos]
I've got a new F18 install that's booting into runlevel 5 to run KDE. I'd like to have the system boot to runlevel 3 by default, so that all users have to perform console logons, and then issue the startx command to enter the gui.
I recently switched my server runlevel to 3 and I don't notice any updating of any kind going on, does the updater run in runlevel 3? If it is possible, how do I do it? Is it a service that I need to start? If so, how?
A newly build Linux debian 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Sun Sep 23 10:07:46 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux server suffers numerous restarts.
'last -x' output shows:
root pts/0 192.168.254.11 Sat Dec 15 13:13 still logged in
runlevel (to lvl 2) 2.6.32-5-amd64 Sat Dec 15 13:10 - 13:17 (00:06)
reboot system boot 2.6.32-5-amd64 Sat Dec 15 13:10 - 13:17 (00:06)
runlevel (to l
I recently downloaded the i686 11.2 and right before it seems as though the Live CD is going to load, with the cursor and the black screen present, it takes me straight to 'linux login'. It states that runlevel 5 has been reached, the failed services in runlevel 5 are postfix and the skipped services are nfs if that's of any significance.