Suse 10.3 boots to runlevel 4 help.
A fresh install of 10.3 on a 64bit machine. It boots into runlevel 4. I
then have to log in as root, issue the init 5 command to get to that
runlevel and the gui comes up. I checked inittab and the default
runlevel is set to 5.
I noticed that during booting that the boot.cycle script gets skipped. I
googled for that and can't figure out why it gets skipped.
Any help would be appreciated.
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