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I upgraded my old Slackware system to sysvinit-2.60, and now shutdown
sends init a runlevel 6, so get shoved into X every time I try to
Ctrl-Alt-Del! Also, "init S" puts me in runlevel 5. "init 1" seems to
work right, except that I need to do a killall5 afterward, or all my
daemons hang around.

Both "init" and "shutdown" were installed from the package, so they
should match. I'm using gcc 2.7.2, and the binaries were compiled as
ELF. My /etc/inittab has not changed, except to fix the arguments to
ctrl-alt-del so that it calls "shutdown -rf now", instead of "-rq
now". Oh, and kernel pre-2.0.7 is used, and was used for the compile
as well.

Is this weird or what?

Andrew C. Esh
Computer Network Technology (finger for PGP key)
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