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Re: [opensuse] 13.2 vs Leap vs Tumbleweed


On 07/02/2016 19:53, Markus Koßmann wrote:
Am Sonntag, 7. Februar 2016, 19:18:45 schrieb Dave Plater:

I see that Yast2 services manager has options for different targets
besides graphical but that still isn't the same as being able to enter
init 3 to work on x problems.
Does your system complain about not knowing the init command if you type "init
3" ? Then you are probably missing the "systemd-sysvinit" package.

My problem is that I've been on 12.1 for years and have just jumped straight into Leap:42.1. The only runlevel I couldn't init to in 12.1 which was the first openSUSE version with the early systemd is runlevel 2. In my installation of Leap:42.1 init 3 behaves like init 2 did in openSUSE:12.1, it does nothing. The only init that does anything is init 1, when I had my x problem with the nVidia card I was lucky to get to single user level 1 even. ctl-alt-sysrq-I or e rendered the system unusable, I use this system for work and after that experience I'm shy to try anything atm.
If you look at my other post you'll see that something even prevents the runlevel .target files from being installed.
I'm now confused as to why my Leap:42.1 system is different from everyone elses.
Thanks
Dave P
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