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Does systemd still know about runlevels?

Does systemd still have the concept of runlevels? For example is it pointless to use telinit <number>?
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Create and control start up scripts in BusyBox

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 /etc/...
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Rings and run levels

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? ...
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Why is my Debian jessie always in runlevel 5?

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 ...
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systemd and non-existent *.service files: Are they generic?

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 ...