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Re: Debian linux howto start in textmode

Claudio, when you want to disable gdm3, run following command:#
update-rc.d -f gdm3 remove
K Nakao
2011/11/9 Sebastian Humenda <shumenda@gmx.de>:
> Hello Claudio,
> Claudio Sacco <cl.sacco@evard.ch> schrieb am 09.11.2011, 10:02 +0100:
>>sighted person installed debian Linux for me. When linux starts and I reach
>>the login screen, I'm in graphic mode with Orca loaded. How can I change
>>this. I would like to have Linux start into my login screen in text mode
> You have to either uninstall gdm3 or disable it. If you don't need a login
> manager, run
> # apt-get remove gdm3
> But I recommend to disable gdm3 by default by running
> # update-rc.d -f apache2 remove
> I do that with the help of the program rcconf, which shows you a nice list of
> services which can be enabled via the space key.
> Have you already took a look at
>  http://wiki.debian.org/accessibility
> Sebastian
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