Re: stop bringing up X window when Linux booting
The instruction from Aby happen to be totally incorrect for Debian.
Debian does not use runlevels to control the GUI/window stuff. In
Debian, GUI is started in a couple of ways:
1) when you want, without rebooting by typing the startx command.
2) by installing and configuring a 'display manager'.
Available display managers are gdm, kdm, xdm, and one other,
Also, you can install a display manager and get it running
On Mon, Jan 23, 2006 at 10:41:23AM +0530, ABY C JOY wrote:
> you have to do the following steps for avoid X login
> 1. edit /etc/inittab
> 2. fine the line id:5:initdefault:
> 3. chage the 5 to 3 ( it will change runlevel 5 to 3)
> 4. save and exit
> 5. reboot the syste
> with regards
> aby c joy
Paul E Condon