Re: newbie question
I usually use the following command to remove any package from the
#update-rc.d -f <package-name> remove
where -f stays for FORCE otherwise it hardly proceeds to remove the stuff
from /etc/rcXX.d . On my system has always worked fine!
From: Jason Majors <email@example.com>
To: Debian User <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: newbie question
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 17:27:26 -0700
> hi all.
> im just a newbie, both to unix and linux.
> i installed gdm, and now, when debian boots, it boots
> in graphical mode.
> how do i set it so i can make it boot on text mode? i
> want to start x windows via startx, not whenever i
I did it by doing 'apt-get remove gdm' as root. But you could also just
modify the gdm start file /etc/init.d/gdm (I think).
Or remove the link to it in /etc/rc2.d/SXXgdm (where XX is some number,
probably 90 or 99).
The last option will keep it from starting, without removing it from your
system (in case you want it later).
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