On Tue, May 16, 2000 at 02:48:53PM +0200, Smith, Alan wrote:
> Bit of an easy question for most of you - I have a machine running MDK 6.2 .
> It normally boots to the X login. I have changed /etc/inittab to use
> runlevel 3 as default, but how can I shutdown X *without* rebooting (uptime
> of 178 days and going strong !!).
>telinit 3 will drop init to runlevel 3.
man telinit should give the usual sordid details...
telinit 1 for single user (don't do this over the network kids)
I tend to install machines to init level 3, and then telinit 5 when
I'm sure X is happy (and edit /etc/inittab obviously)
Liam Bedford | What we've got here is, failure to
System Administrator | communicate. Some man you just can't
WBT Systems, Block 2, | reach... so you get what we had
Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St. | here last week, which is the way
01-4170100 | he wants it.
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