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Boot modes: Linux Run Levels Explained

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Automate booting your system into a number of different states.
How does Linux initialize during boot? Many people don't consider the actual process that Linux takes to enter a usable state. The Geek explains what the various run levels are for and how they fit into the boot process.
 read more | score:6793 | -Ray, January 24, 2001 (Updated: February 19, 2004)
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