Does systemd still have the concept of runlevels? For example is it pointless to use telinit <number>?
I have compiled a custom linux kernel in BusyBox. BusyBox init does not support runlevels. When the kernel boots up in BusyBox, it first executes init which looks for the specified runlevel in ...
The question stated below might not be technically correct(misconception) so it would be appreciable if misconception is also addressed. Which ring level do the different *nix run levels operate in? ...
I have configured the lines in /etc/inittab as follows: # The default runlevel. id:2:initdefault: But after logging in the output of runlevel is as follows: N 5 So why am I in runlevel 5 ...
systemd units are stored in /lib/systemd/system such as: rsync.service avahi-daemon.socket bluetooth.service cups.service When you use the following command: systemctl enable name Replace name ...