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Re: startup forced to X login

In a message dated 3/1/99 9:34:38 PM Central Standard Time,
dmaze@donut.mit.edu writes:

> Because in slink xdm (and other login managers) are in their own
>  packages.  So if you don't want xdm, The Right Thing To Do (TM) is
>  either to remove the xdm package if you don't want to use xdm at all,
>  or if you only want it to serve remote displays, edit
>  /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers appropriately.

That makes sense.  But what if I only want to disable xdm temporarily - for
example, while I'm testing my new video card, or new monitor?


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