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Re: Can anyone explain the use of init3



On Sun, 2006-04-16 at 02:41 -0400, Dan wrote:
> Javier Perez wrote:
> > Init 3 usually starts linux in a non-graphical environment
> >  
> > It is very useful to troubleshoot X problems.
> >  
> > Javier
> >
> >  
> > On 4/16/06, *sujit sugathan* <sujitsugathan2002 gmail com 
> > <mailto:sujitsugathan2002 gmail com>> wrote:
> >
> >
> >     Hi everyone
> >     I've this question nagging me for sometime.Can anyone explain to
> >     me how and why the command init3 is used.
> >     thanks
> >     -- 
All this is fine as long as its clear that the command is init 3 not
init3.
> >     sujit
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> This is to use runlevel 3. There are five main runlevels used:
> Runlevel 0: Shuts down. Not very useful to boot into.
> Runlevel 1: Single-user mode, you are automatically root user (hence why 
> if someone has physical access to a computer and can edit the boot 
> arguments, they can change the root password)
> Runlevel 3: Text multi-user mode
> Runlevel 5: Graphical multi-user mode; default, and most people use this.
> Runlevel 6: Restarts. Again, not very useful to boot into.
> -Dan
> 
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