On Wed, May 17, 2000 at 10:50:14AM +0100, Paul Jakma mentioned:
> > > The BSDs and related (DU, SunOS4) OTOH don't seem to.
> > Most likely because they don't have the concept of "Runlevels" ?
> Sure? (any *BSD afficionados out there?) Digital Unix at least has
> runlevels, (though no rc.d/rc?.d/ symlinks dirs afair) and it has a strong
> BSD heritage.
Well, perhaps recently they've aquired it. But runlevels was one of the
things that made RedHat a BSD/SysV hybrid - 4.4 didn't have it, I'm about
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