On 16 Oct 2001, Parul Mathur wrote:
Is it possible to change the INIT run levl at boot
passing the appropriate command to the kernel?
I'm assuming that in lilo your linux system is called linux.
At the lilo prompt, type linux 3 to start in runlevel 3, linux 1 to
start in run level 1, etc. Once you've done that, edit your inittab
Instead of doing it in inittab, it may be better if you edit lilo.conf,
and add a new entry identical to the previous one, with append=5 added,
and the label changed. That way you can decide at boot time which run
level you want.
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