the nice thing about linux and the let a thousand flowers bloom mode of operation is the explosion of different
init replacements you have to choose from.
in the interests of not relearning this each time. i will write it down so i remember.
- fedora runlevel management -
inittabhas been replaced by
- ubuntu runlevel management - there’s no
/etc/init.dstuff is managed by upstart aka
update: looks like ubuntu’s moved to
systemd(8) across the board for 16.x.