I was trying to debug my Linux boot process. If I set the default runlevel to 2 or 3, my system hangs without giving me a prompt. I was able to get to runlevel 1 via a kernel parameter, and ran all ...
I understand that when I set runlevel as 1, my system will boot with very basic set of commands. Does that mean the system will boot faster as compared to run level 5 or 3?
I need your help with bash script that I’m trying to build. To keep things simple I will make it short: The script starts running once it’s gets to run level 5 so i copied the script to ...
When I switch from rulevel 5 to 3 (with init command) and I press CtrlAltF1 up to F7, I realize that now I’m on TTY1 instead of TTY7 and when I switch back to runlevel 5 I return back to TTY7. Why? ...
What I understand from runlevels is that in each level some programs have permission to be executed and some don't. runlevel 3 boots system into CLI and runlevel 5 starts the default GUI. But I don't ...