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in Linux which 2 runlevels should never be set as the default

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in Linux which 2 runlevels should never be set as the default ?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Techie_Ben replied 5 years ago.

Techie_Ben :

Thank you for the question. The two runlevels that should never be set as the default are 0 (HALT) and 6 (reboot).

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