Modules and runlevels.
andy.peeters at advalvas.be
Sat Jan 13 04:21:43 PST 2001
> > So, the question is actually: is there a way to set the runlevel
> > dynamically instead of statically in inittab?
> > Or, is there another way to solve my problem?
> Try this:
> LILO: kernelimage init="/sbin/init 4"
> LILO: kernelimage init="/sbin/init 5"
> It may work, it may not work, i haven't actually tried it yet.
> If it works, then edit /etc/lilo.conf:
> append="init=/sbin/init 4"
> append="init=/sbin/init 2"
> and so forth, well adapt the runlevels and names to your needs of course
> I hope you get the general idea.
Right! That's indeed what I need. I'll test it as soon as I can.
> > PS: Did me thinking on the quote of Gerard (not sure):
> Yeah that would be me, though I stole it from somebody else as well (I'm
> that creative to come up with something like that all by myself)
> Gerard Beekmans
> -*- If Linux doesn't have the solution, you have the wrong problem -*-
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