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Re: initdefault has no effect



Mike Burger wrote:

> Ubuntu (the distro in which I believe upstart to have been started) has
> done away with the inittab, altogether, in favor of another script in
> their /etc/events.d (their equivalent of Fedora's /etc/event.d) directory
> that determines default runlevel.  Maybe Fedora needs to consider the
> same?

this is interesting and brings a question, are you saying that ubuntu and
fedora use /etc/event.d/ instead of inittab or just ubuntu?

ria, i *replaced* 'id:5:initdefault:' with 'id:3:initdefault:' in inittab and
made no changes in /etc/event.d/, and i boot level 3 with no problems.

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