Does #! Statler use standard Debian runlevels? I assume standard boot into multi user, Xfce or OB, all services, is runlevel 5... wikipedia seems to say 2,3, and 4 may be identical?
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?
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.
After doing my Staler A2 dist-upgrade I fully scrambled my dock settings and ended up doing a fresh reinstall rather than trouble shooting.A scipt to convert the xfce A2 tint2 desktop to the r20101205 xfce dock might prevent some download traffic and save some grief. A backup of the old config files would be a bonus. Could this go in the cb-welcome?I like the more standard xfce dock as
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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A while ago, it occurred to me that replacing the "a" in "CrunchBang" with the Debian swirl seemed perfectly obvious. Along similar lines, I just had another idea:Crunch#!Bang St@tler powered by DebianI had actually been toying with the idea of throwing the hashbang in the middle of the distro name for some time; the idea to put the Debian swirl or at sign in
Hello all,Statler is my favorite wrapper for all the packages I love to use from the debian repositories, however getting from statler A2 to my preferred end state involve the download of over a G of packages.
Hi!As I have written in my introduction-post I want to crunchbang Fedora. Could you give me a "latest"-list of the current or next standard packages of a simple Statler installation?I'm searching the Fedora repos right now in order to have an better overview of what to do before/during/after installing from the Fedora netinstall-cd.By searching the forums I found this here.