stdin at stdin.me.uk
Sat Jun 2 22:08:55 UTC 2007
> so how do i go about editting my run levels because it looks like
> upstart has a perl script in there that controls that and calls
> /etc/inittab, but /etc/inittab does not exist.
> any ideas how to edit that?
Upstart will read inittab if it exists (for compatibility) but it's been
replaced by the files in /etc/event.d/
To change the default run level just edit /etc/event.d/rc-default and
change "telinit 2" to the run level you want to be the default.
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