The particular details of runlevel configuration differ widely among operating systems, and also among system administrators.In various Linux distributions, the traditional file to determine the behavior for each runlevel.Slackware Linux uses runlevel 1 for maintenance, as on other Linux distributions; runlevels 2, 3 and 5 identically configured for a console (with all services active); and runlevel 4 adds the X Window System.AIX does not follow the System V R4 (SVR4) runlevel specification, with runlevels from 0 to 9 available, as well as from a to c (or h).Different runlevels are typically assigned (not necessarily in any particular order) to the single-user mode, multi-user mode without network services started, multi-user mode with network services started, system shutdown, and system reboot system states.
Even though “svccfg -s network/dns/client listprop config” showed the entries for my DNS client correctly and also trying the export the SMF simply refused to update the
The S, s, M and m runlevels are not true runlevels, but are used to tell the init command to enter maintenance mode.
When the system enters maintenance mode from another runlevel, only the system console is used as the terminal.
If not (it all depends on the chap who manages the webpage being available) we may be able to put them up somewhere else temporarily.
Look out for the version number updating to 1.1, at the URL you linked. Chris Well, looks like there is a bit of a delay -- so I've put up the plugins at as well.