Seleting the runlevel at kernel boot time: Hardy
ubuntu at tigershaunt.com
Sun Jun 29 03:42:19 UTC 2008
Mumia W. wrote:
> Mumia W. wrote:
>> I'm running Ubuntu Hardy. In Debian Etch, I'm always able to select my
>> desired runlevel by appending a number onto the kernel boot command line
>> in Grub, e.g. "... root=/dev/sda1 ro 3"
>> Three would be my desired runlevel. However, Ubuntu Hardy ignores this,
>> and it always sends me into runlevel two. How do I use the kernel
>> command line to tell Ubuntu what runlevel I desire?
> Does anyone have any ideas at all?
This is what you want..
I vote this change be made to Ubuntu itself, someone bug Upstart devs!
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