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Random Linux+ Question #50

Discussion in 'Linux+' started by tripwire45, Aug 5, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    A runlevel describes the overall operation of a Linux operating system. There are seven runlevels numbered 0 - 6. Below, match the runlevel (number) with its proper definition. Answers later.

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    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    A. Reboot
    B. Multiuser with networking and X-Window
    C. Single User (only root can login)
    D. Kill process and shutdown
    E. Reboot
    F. Multiuser with networking text only
    G. Multiuser with no networking
     
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  2. starfury6

    starfury6 Nibble Poster

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    0 - A. Reboot
    1 - C. Single User (only root can login)
    2 - E. Reboot
    3 - G. Multiuser with no networking
    4 - F. Multiuser with networking text only
    5 - B. Multiuser with networking and X-Window
    6 - D. Kill process and shutdown

    Definitely some guessing there. I actually am only fairly certain of 3 of them.

    (now Trip tells me I only have 1... :) )
     
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  3. ffreeloader

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    I think this one varies by distro.

    In Debian runlevel 0 is halt, 1 is single-user, 2-5 are multi-user and can be modified by an administrator to fit the situation, and 6 is reboot.
     
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  4. tripwire45
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    Assume Debian in this case. :wink:
     
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