On 02/09/2012 01:10 PM, dwight at supercomputer.org wrote:
That's incorrect. Init level 2 was the shell. Then networking came
along, and init level 3 was the shell + networking. X came along
later, and was put into init state 5.
Booting into init state 2 is perfectly valid, depending on what you
want to do.
Thank you for refreshing my memory. I wasn't sure if he were booting
into a CLI with or without networking so I guessed that he had
everything except X.
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