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Change Boot Mode in Linux

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  1. I think the numbers associated with the boot modes vary according to the distro. The ones you’ve quoted are for Redhat , right? I think other distros have slightly different numbers.

    You can also change the mode on a running Linux machine using the telinit command:

    telinit 1

    You have to be logged in as root though or sudo in.

  2. Yes .. these numbers are specific to Redhat. That’s why I have filed the post under Redhat. Debian has a slightly different init number scheme.

    And thankyou very much for the command. I knew it but had forgotten it.

  3. Your welcome. Seems like you know everything.

  4. Haha .. actually I don’t I write what I learn so that it can help when I forget things and also help others in their hard times.

  5. Hii…. Can we change the Boot Loader from LILO to GRUB in Fedora Core 6 after Installation..?

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