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howtos:slackware_admin:runit [2019/09/21 10:05 (UTC)]
aaditya [Run scripts] pkg available now
howtos:slackware_admin:runit [2020/05/06 08:08 (UTC)] (current)
chrisabela [Startup and Shutdown]
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 ==== Startup and Shutdown ==== ==== Startup and Shutdown ====
  
-The bsd style init scripts provided by Slackware are used to bring up the system.+The BSD style init scripts provided by Slackware are used to bring up the system.
  
 Initially the single user script ''/etc/rc.d/rc.S'' runs. If set in the default runlevel 3, it follows it with ''/etc/rc.d/rc.M''. In runit the initialisation script is located in ''/etc/runit/1'' for all runlevels. By default ''/etc/runit/2'' is restricted to the TTY services.  Initially the single user script ''/etc/rc.d/rc.S'' runs. If set in the default runlevel 3, it follows it with ''/etc/rc.d/rc.M''. In runit the initialisation script is located in ''/etc/runit/1'' for all runlevels. By default ''/etc/runit/2'' is restricted to the TTY services. 

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