Asked in LinuxUnix
What is the etc inittab file?
Asked in Linux Ubuntu, Linux Fedora
What is the equivalent file in Ubuntu 8.10 to Fedora's inittab?
How would you use telinit to switch to runlevel 5?
Asked in Linux
What is INIT process in Linux?
The init program is the first program run after your kernel begins running. It is configured with the /etc/inittab file. By modifying your /etc/inittab file, you change your system configuration in the following areas: Start up system run level. Specify processes to be executed during system boot. Specify processes to be run when the specified runlevel is entered. Specify processes to be run on certain runlevels with actions like respawn so the process is restarted any time it terminates. Specify certain actions or processes to be run if certain signals or user actions are indicated.
Asked in Unix
What is the difference between init 1 and init S in Solaris?
Run level 1 is considered an adminstrative mode, usually for installing packages and so forth. In this situation, you want a minimal set of processes running, no other users logged in, and local filesystems mounted. It usually requires the /etc/inittab file for the definitions of what processes to start at different run levels. Run level s is for single user mode, usually considered an administrative mode as well, but for more of a basic environment; local file systems are not mounted and the /etc/inittab file does not have to exist. Usually, single user level is for repairing systems or troubleshooting the system.
Asked in The Difference Between
What is difference between File name and file extension?
Asked in Linux
Which command can you use to display the entire file in alphebetical order in Linux?
Asked in Java Programming
How do you Write a java program to get and display all the information?
That depends a lot on what information you want to get, and where you want to get it from: from user input; from a text file; from some other kind of file; from a database; etc. That depends a lot on what information you want to get, and where you want to get it from: from user input; from a text file; from some other kind of file; from a database; etc. That depends a lot on what information you want to get, and where you want to get it from: from user input; from a text file; from some other kind of file; from a database; etc. That depends a lot on what information you want to get, and where you want to get it from: from user input; from a text file; from some other kind of file; from a database; etc.
What is the path and file name of the DHCP server configuration file?
Asked in Unix
If a new entry is found in the UNIX etc hosts equiv file what does this mean?
What is the difference between file type and file extension?
Asked in Linux Fedora, Linux
What is the name of the main Samba configuration file?
Asked in Computer Terminology, Unix
What is the boot sequence of an HP-UX system?
Boot Sequence: 1] Poweron. 2] PDC Activates and checks for CPU and memory and other peripheral connected to it. 3] Checks if AUTOBOOT Flag is on. If yes , its try to locate the Primary boot path. 4] And loads Initial system loader , from Primary boot path. 5] ISL Loads the secondery loader called hp-ux. 6] hpux loads the kernel /stand/vmunix 7] kernel starts first process swapper , and then init 8] Shell /sbin/pre_init_rc executes . 9] init locates /etc/inittab 10] /etc/inittab starts the system the default run level , mentioned with "initdefault" parameter. 11] Then executes /sbin/bcheckrc and activates LVM , it does following : 1) activates LVM (if appplicable). # 2) runs eisa_config in automatic mode # (if applicable). # 3) checks the file systems before mounting. # (the scripts required for file system specific # checking reside in /sbin/fs/<fstype>/bcheckrc) # 4) and anything else that should be done before # mounting any file systems. ------------------ It checks for the file /sbin/lvmrc and , /etc/lvmrc activates the LVM , if AUTO_VG_ACTIVATE=1 mentioned. 12 ]Then it spawns getty process , cons:123456:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty console console And it gives login : prompt. Raj
Asked in Linux Fedora
Command to change GUI mode in fedora?
Do you mean a change between GUI and console mode, then try the following, Press Ctrl+F1 to switch from GUI mode to console mode. F1 to F6 are console modes and use Ctrl+F7 to switch back to the GUI mode. Or if you mean, about changing the default mode (booting) from GUI to Console then try this, go to /etc/inittab file. change the runlevel id: to 3 for booting in Full-User mode.
Asked in Microsoft Windows, Unix, Windows Server 2003
Where would you find a host file on a unix server?
Asked in Computers, Computer Networking, Internet
What is the name of the file that keeps associations between computer names and IP address on the local computer?
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing, Video Editing
What is an nfo file?