Where is runlevel 5?
awilliam at redhat.com
Thu Aug 26 17:25:00 UTC 2010
On Thu, 2010-08-26 at 10:27 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > I believe its a wiki. Please go there and help improve the release
> > notes.
> The notes already have a link to the common bugs page, which now has a
> section for the systemd v8 issue:
> The QA team is going to check out what I drafted there.
> >From a documentation point of view it doesn't make sense to be
> updating two pages with the same detailed information about specific
> issues, since they invariably will get out of sync.
There's a clear demarcation between release notes and common bugs.
Release notes documents *intentional* changes; common bugs documents
*unintentional* changes (AKA bugs). :)
The fact that we have a brand new init system with some changes to how
it should be configured is not a bug, it's a new feature: it goes in
release notes. The fact that /etc/inittab both doesn't work to set
default runlevel any more and there's no comment in it to indicate this
is a bug, so it goes on common bugs; we will certainly either make it
work or add a comment to the file alerting you to the fact that it
doesn't work any more, and you should use another method to change the
default boot target (systemd's equivalent of runlevels). So that can be
mentioned in common bugs. I'll add it today, if no-one else does.
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