Subject: Re: /etc/inittab (was: /etc/default)
To: Steven Plite <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 07/28/1995 11:24:58
[ On Thu, July 27, 1995 at 16:26:29 (-0700), Steven Plite wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: /etc/inittab (was: /etc/default)
> By "system-defined" I mean, "as a shipped default". You'll probably want your
> OS to ship with run levels for reboot, and single/multi user at a minimum.
> But you're right; that shouldn't mean you can't change level 0 from "reboot" to "run Doom".
OK, yes, I follow....
> > systems life -- SysV init feels like a breath of fresh air in a big open
> > meadow!
> Hmmm... I picture SysV init as a breath of fresh air in a big open meadow
> with my leg caught in a bear trap. (sorry, couldn't resist)
Well my picture was taken before I was doing much networking....
Greg A. Woods
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