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runlevel

An operating state of a Linux/Unix operating system. Runlevels are defined by the scripts that are executive; however, Linux typically defaults to runlevel 3 (all services without a GUI) or runlevel 5 (all services with GUI). Runlevel 1 is used to prevent other changes to files by users or programs (daemons) while administrative updates are made. It is also similar to the safe booting modes in Windows and Mac (see safe mode).
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(15) Measure your wheel-mount so the wheel height keeps the two ends of the run level.
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This year it is our hope to run Level One and Level Two certification.
Because of the camber, horses drawn low have to climb much more of the hill than horses drawn on the rail, who pretty much get to run level.
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The Association are still aiming to run Level Two course in the autumn.
The railroad tracks run level on neat beds of fresh gravel.
East Durham & Houghall Community College has collaborated with Pools to not only create a ladies' football team for 16-year-olds and over, but also to run Level 2 and Level 3 sports BTEC qualifications from Victoria Park.
From this very simple in-going assumption, it is deduced that the PK effect at the run level is maximized when the variance of the underlying random process is maximal.
The long run level of employment in manufacturing will be determined by sector specific technological shocks, labor supply and product demand.