inittab question (lfs v5, chapter 6)
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Fri Nov 7 04:36:47 PST 2003
On Fri, 7 Nov 2003, Stephane Charette wrote:
> On this page:
> I have a question in regards to the "l1" line:
> l1:S1:wait:/etc/rc.d/init.d/rc 1
> Should that really be "l1:S1", or should it instead be "l1:1:...etc...."?
> The man page on inittab doesn't describe "S" as a valid runlevel character, only:
> "lists the runlevels for which the specified action should be taken."
> "The runlevels field may contain multiple characters for
> different runlevels. For example, 123 specifies that the
> process should be started in runlevels 1, 2, and 3. The
> runlevels for ondemand entries may contain an A, B, or
> C. The runlevels field of sysinit, boot, and bootwait
> entries are ignored."
> Can someone confirm if this is indeed a typo?
I see conathan has answered already. I just want to suggest that the
search facility of the LFS web site might prove useful to you.
> Stéphane Charette
Fix line above & use it to mail me direct.
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