Some time ago I had to make some changes to the runlevel from a PC, as I had never done this first I asked the one who knows the most, Google.
One of the solutions I found was working with the command update-rc.d, which allowed me to do what I needed, add a script that I have in /etc/init.d/ about runlevels more specifically, I wanted to find a simpler solution that was easier to understand.
To install it is simple, let's put the following in a terminal (console, bash, shell):
- sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
- // this for distros based on Debian, for some reason in ArchLinux I can't find it, at least not in stable repos ...
Then, we execute it with administration permissions:
- sudo sysv-rc-conf
And the following will appear:
To exit the program is simple, with the key [Q], as if it were a Mon Hehe
The vast majority do not work with runlevels, mostly because they have not needed it, but hey, it is always good to at least have a notion of these types of applications and options.