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If you set your /etc/inittab file to have the default init entry to be 'init:3:default:', then your system default runlevel is:

administrative single-user mode; denies other users access to the system, but allows root access to the entire multiuser file system. Startup scripts are not run
multiuser, without networking (i.e., you don't have access to network services like NFS, xinetd, and NIS)
full multiuser mode with login to command-line interface; allows remote file sharing with other systems on your network. Also referred to as the text mode state
full multiuser mode that starts up in an X session, initiating a graphical login; allows remote file sharing with other systems on your network

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full multiuser mode with login to command-line interface; allows remote file sharing with other systems on your network. Also referred to as the text mode state

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