I would like to configure my system to have two different lilo entries: both will boot the same kernel but boot the system into different runlevels.
One entry will boot the system in runlevel 3, the other one in runlevel 5.
Is this possible using lilo? How?
Just create two otherwise the same entries and add "init 3" or "init 5" to the end of each kernel line.
That's how you do it in grub. I think in lilo you could pass "init x" through "append="init x"" option.
Thank you lucke for your help. Worked well.
This is what I have in lilo.conf
image=/boot/vmlinuz26 label=arch append="root=/dev/hda5 init 5" initrd=/boot/kernel26.img read-only image=/boot/vmlinuz26 label=arch-text append="root=/dev/hda5" initrd=/boot/kernel26.img read-only
while my default inittab is still 3
I also set kdm as default login manager