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Centos 6.6 ignores inittab – always boots to runlevel 3

Well, like the title says, I have inittab set to id:5:initdefault but it always boots to runlevel 3 (as confirmed by "runlevel" and "who -r") Typing 'init 5' brings the GUI up. Also, appending '5' ...
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what is the correct runlevel for “Stop” in ec2?

I am trying to make a script to gracefully shutdown some application servers, I put the scripts in /etc/rc0.d but when I stop the ec2 instance on amazon, it won't call my script. what is the correct ...
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Linux: immediate logoff upon login

I have a CentOS 6 installation (on a USB disk) that I use for repairs etc. I recently moved the installation to a new disk, and now something strange is happening. Immediately after I logon I am ...