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Re: launched by rungetty bash breaks terminal input interpretation upon


From: Paul Jarc
Subject: Re: launched by rungetty bash breaks terminal input interpretation upon runlevel change
Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2001 11:23:48 -0500
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Dumas Patrice <address@hidden> wrote:
> #to show the problem
> 1:3:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty1  -u root -g root --noclear -- /bin/bash 
> --login
> 4:4:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty1  -u root -g root --noclear -- /bin/start_test

I think init doesn't like this.  The first field should correspond to
the tty, so using id "4" with tty1 won't work.  It follows that you
can't run different commands on the same tty in different runlevels.
But you can run a script in both runlevels.  The script could check
the current runlevel, and exec the appropriate command line.  Then you
would replace the two lines above with:
1:34:respawn:/path/to/script

> #to be able to change runlevel
> 2:3:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty2  -u root -g root --noclear -- /bin/bash 
> --login
> 5:4:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty2  -u root -g root --noclear -- /bin/bash 
> --login

Those can be combined more easily:
2:34:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty2  -u root -g root --noclear -- /bin/bash --login


paul



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