Mike Burger wrote: > > Again...within inittab, the # character is not a comment delimiter...the ; > character is. > > Because the # was used, the first default line was matched, therefore > processing to determine the default runlevel stopped at the first > match...the line with the 5 in it. > > Subsequent lines, which do not contain "initdefault" are processed, > because they do not match the "initdefault" parameter that was matched > above. Strange - I have always been under the impression that both # and ; work as comment delimiters in inittab. If # is not a comment delimiter, then all the other comment lines that start with # should generate syntax errors. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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