Re: don't want x as default startup
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mpx <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Got this from the list:
type: more /etc/inittab
(look for line that says "id:N:initdefault) ("N" is a number)
type: cd /etc/rcN.d
(look for file "S999xdm")
type: rm S99xdm
This will remove the default X start-up.
I use a text editor to edit the file--easier for me.
> dear debian-users,
> yestarday i installed debian for the first time, and finally i am
> through this dselect-jungle;-)
> now i try since a few hours to eliminate this
> i would like to logon my machine in the console.
> so i did like i did on my redhat-box, changing in /etc/inittab, but in
> debian this seems not to work.
> in xf86config there's no option to change this.
> anyone else who had to handle this as well?
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