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0Halt the system.

1Single-user mode (for special administration).

2Local Multiuser with Networking but without network service (like NFS)

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1 Single-user mode (for special administration).

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%blue%Run level numbers
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%red%Run levels

A run level is a state of init and the whole system that defines what system services are operating.
Run levels are identified by numbers.

Run level numbers

0Halt the system.
1Single-user mode (for special administration).
2Local Multiuser with Networking but without network service (like NFS)
3Full Multiuser with Networking
4Not Used
5Full Multiuser with Networking and X Windows(GUI)
6Reboot.
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