Re: Help: Dell Inspiron 5000e X-Windows
Besides, Debian GNU/Linux automatically starts the X server at boot time
also gave me a headache.
take the symlink for xdm, kdm, gdm (any of these) out of your runlevel 2
area (/etc/rc2.d/). I like to create a disabled directory under there
and move them in - makes them easy to "activate" by moving them up a level
again, and the word "disabled" doesn't start with an S or a K and confuse
Thanks, this trick does it. Probably Debian GNU/Linux can adopt the
same strategy as used in Red Hat and ask the user whether to boot the
system in X-windows mode or not, even when the X-windows works.
I'm try to see whether your conf file works for me soon!