The root user typically changes the current runlevel by running the telinit or init commands. The /etc/inittab file sets the default runlevel with the :initdefault: entry. On Unix systems, changing the runlevel is achieved by starting only the missing services (as each …

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Jan 23, 2017 LSBInitScripts - Debian Wiki By documenting the run-time dependencies for init.d scripts, it becomes possible to verify the current boot order, order the boot using these dependencies, and run boot scripts in parallel to speed up the boot process. Add a block like this in the init.d script:

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