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runlevel: Linux systems can be run in different modes or levels (with different capabilities) known as runlevels. See /etc/inittab.

The runlevels in SuSE (at least in some version) (from http://rowa.giso.de/english/runlevel.html):

0    Stop 
S    Single user mode 
1    Multi user mode without network 
2    Multi user mode with network (standard) 
3    Multi user mode with network and X 
4    Freely 
5    Freely 
6    Reboot 

Mandrake is a little different (the table below is not correct, yet) -- IIRC, the normal multiuser mode with network and X is runlevel 4.

0    Stop 
S    Single user mode 
6    Reboot 


  • RandyKramer - 21 Jan 2002
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