Nice,nicest,whatever,blablabla distro! but the support... sorry being sincere!
Your attitude is unacceptable. You have to realise that this distribution is produced by unpaid volunteers who have day jobs. There are no staff sitting around waiting to answer questions. The forums are frequented by users such as yourself and myself. They are also unpaid and they don't monitor these forums waiting to answer questions the moment they are posted. If your are lucky, someone will read your post, know the answer and reply. Many times people don't know the answer. And if your post is unintelligable, it makes it even less likely that someone will respond.
You would be better posting your questions in your native language in the SL Spanish-language Forum. You do not communicate clearly in English, and some of your posts are not understandable. The following question of yours is gibberish:
pepebotella wrote:*It is possible to know why aint have Change rc_parallel=
If you wanted to know why you do not have "Change rc_parallel=" (sic) in the file /etc/rc.conf, then you should have asked the question in a clearer fashion. For example: "I do not have 'rc_parallel=' in my file /etc/rc.conf. Why is that?"
My answer to your question is "I don't know". Presumably any readers of your original post who did understand what you meant also don't know, otherwise they would have told you the answer.
However, my file /etc/rc.conf has the following lines at the beginning:
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# Global OpenRC configuration settings
# Set to "YES" if you want the rc system to try and start services
# in parallel for a slight speed improvement. When running in parallel we
# prefix the service output with its name as the output will get
# jumbled up.
# WARNING: whilst we have improved parallel, it can still potentially lock
# the boot process. Don't file bugs about this unless you can supply
# patches that fix it without breaking other things!
Notice that the parameter rc_parallel is commented out. Also notice that there is a big warning message about using it. My guess is that the SL developers removed it to stop people messing around with it, causing their PCs to lock up at boot, and then screaming in the forums.
pepebotella wrote:I'm asking if it is a myth or no reducing tty's,not asking how?!
And I was telling you. If you use Google, you would find the answer. Try it: Let me google that for you tooI
didn't know the answer to your question. I used Google and very quickly found the answer. You could have done the same.