Hi Dan,


FreeBSD does not have "init" levels. You've got off, single-user, and multi-user.



Noted with thanks

and the method switching to multi-user-mode from single-user-mode instead of rebooting PC



Exit the single-user shell, and the system will bring itself to
multi-user mode automatically.


After
......  /bin/sh:
appeared it runs on single-user shell.

Is it typing 'exit' + <ENTER> to turn to multi-user shell?

TIA

B.R.
Stephen
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