Re: X configuration problems
at your lilo prompt type linux -s
This should get you into single user mode. from there follow the advice
Adam Bender wrote:
> --On Thursday, April 19, 2001 2:37 AM -0700 Dieter Schicker
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Switch to a different terminal, e.g. by pressing
> > "Ctrl-Alt-F2" and deinstall xdm (dpkg --purge xdm).
> This doesn't work for me. X Windows loads automatically when I boot, even
> before I login, and is completely broken - I can't see anything or get it
> to do anything. How do I get it to not load when I boot? Once X is
> loaded, the system is useless. When I boot I need to do something that
> prevents it from loading at all.
> Thanks for the help,
> Computer scientists have kernel knowledge.
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