Re: Command Line on logout
> > 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.
Well, I use gdm, and the problem I have is that I cannot remove it without
breaking task-helix-core, which keeps me up to date with the helixcode packages.