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I'm doing a CS project. I would like to boot my RH9 kernel at runlevel 5, but my experimental kernel at level 3. How could I do that?...
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    Different Kernels, Different Runlevels


    I'm doing a CS project. I would like to boot my RH9 kernel at runlevel 5, but my experimental kernel at level 3. How could I do that?

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    If RH9 is anything like RH ES, you should be able to edit your grub command from the grub menu. Then I believe you can supply the runlevel you'd like for a different kernel entry, then save and boot.

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