www.java.net yesterday had a link to an alpha release of ‘Tiger’ (1.5) for download, but today the link and the news article seem to have been removed.
As it was only an alpha release, I wonder if there were some serious bugs and the download was pulled?
Linux uses ‘runlevels’ to define the current capability of the system, for example, whether the system is running in single user, multi-user, text or graphical modes.
The default runlevel for when the system boots is defined in the
Edit this file and look for a line like this:
- the number specifies the default runlevel.
Valid runlevels are:
- 0 - Halt the system
- 1 - Single-user mode
- 2 - Multi-user mode (without NFS)
- 3 - Multi-user mode
- 5 - Multi-user mode, graphical login
- 6 - Reboot the system
The runlevel can be changed at run time using the
init RUNLEVEL where RUNLEVEL is the runlevel you wnat to change to.