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Re: Command Line on logout

On Thu, Jul 27, 2000 at 02:30:27AM -0400, Joey Tsai wrote:
> > > remove the reference to XDM in the startup scripts, deinstall XDM, or remove
> > > the symlinks to XDM in /etc/rcX.d directories (this just prevents it from
> > > starting, does not remove it).
> > 
> > A more elegant (IMO) solution is to modify /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.
> I personally think the most elegant way to do this is the "debian way" and use
> "update-rc.d" to remove xdm (or gdm for helixgnomers) from the startup.

If you're not going to use xdm, remove it.  If you're going to use it
for non-console logins, my suggestion is IMO appropriate.  It's also a
little-known feature.

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