question about the boot concept
j.stifter at medres.ch
Fri Jan 12 12:11:38 PST 2001
how does the bootconcept work?
as far as i see, every script needs to be linked in
/etc/rcS.d/SXXfilename to be started at all.
so how can i define, in which runlevel what can be started and in
which runlevel what will be killed?
lets say, i would like to define, that in runlevel 2, my network is
initialized and in runlevel 3, X is initialized.
how can i do that ?
i am used to the bootconcept of suse, so sorry for the (for some of
you) stupid question.
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