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Re: Can I stop xdm/wdm from always starting up?

On 28 Feb 1999, Alex Romosan wrote:

> "Marcelo E. Magallon" <mmagallo@efis.ucr.ac.cr> writes:
> > The general idea is this: if you installed a _daemon_ you _want_ to use it. 
> > If you don't want it running, then don't install it. (I'm speaking just for
> > myself here, as wdm maintainer; nothing I say here applies to xdm)
> > 
> the general idea is this: i want to run xdm/wdm (whatever) on a remote
> display (an ncd terminal, for example) but i don't want it to run on
> the console. how would i do this with the current implementation?

Take the line out of /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers


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