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Where is the /etc/inittab file or how to set the default runlevel

I have Ubuntu LTS 12.04 32 bit operating system on my laptop. But I could not find /etc/inittab. Where is it moved? Do we have something new instead?

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marked as duplicate by Rinzwind, Achu, stephenmyall, hhlp, Mik Nov 21 '12 at 13:32

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There is no such thing in Debian/Ubuntu.

All major distribution is moving away from SysV init and adopting systemd. Ubuntu now uses upstart.

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