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Antwort: Re: [suse-autoinstall] Use Runlevel 5 instead of Runlevel 3
  • From: Alexander.Gehrig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 07:43:28 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <C1256C68.002A6237.00@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
hi andre!

that's all true what you wrote. But i want to start in runlevel 5 after
installation an d i do not want to change i after the installation.
When i install the default installation without autoyast2 (autoinstall) i have a
runlevel 5 system, but when i install with autoyast2 i have a runelevel 3
system.

Any idea?

bye

Alex


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| | andre nguyen |
| | <nguyenphu@sym|
| | patico.ca> |
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| | 12.11.2001 |
| | 11:01 |
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| An: Alexander Gehrig/RSD@RSD |
| Kopie: |
| Thema: Re: [suse-autoinstall] Use Runlevel 5 instead of Runlevel 3 |
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Log on to root by typing : su -
and enter your root password
a new shell will appear.
type : vi /etc/inittab and press Enter
then press i (to get into insert mode)
use your arrow key to the line : id:3:initdefault:
the change to the number 3 by 5. It will look like this:
id:5:inidefault:
Next press your Esc key to get out of insert mode.
Then press Shift key and the semicolon key at the same time as : Shift+ :
and press: wq (to save the your change).
Then type : reboot
Your system will be booted in graphic mode now.
If you're not comfortable with this step, leave the runlevel 3,
when you enter your login name and password and get to root ,
type : startx and press Enter. Your system by default KDE or Gnome now will be
displayed.
On Monday 04 November 2002 05:28, Alexander.Gehrig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> What i have to do that linux starts with runlevel 5 after autoinstallation.
> On my installation it starts allways with runlevel 3.
>
> I have allready tried this:
>
> <runlevels>
> <default>5</defaults>
> .....
> </runlevels>
>
>
> ******
>
> <runlevels>
> .....
> </runlevels>
>
> (without default TAG)
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> bye
>
> Alexander









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