On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 10:32:50AM -0800, Harry Putnam wrote: > Well, I got X working in my fresh woody install, but there are a few > rinkles. > 1) I want to boot to console mode and call x with startx. > > Currently, I get popped right into X. > I thought this could be contolled by setting the defalult run level > /etc/inittab But I see nothing in there that looks likely. > > In fact it claims the default is runlevel 2. Or is runlevel 2 X. I > don't think so. The default runlevel in Debian is 2. And by default runlevels 2-5 are all equal. > > In my redhat dealings it was possible to set default to runlevel 5 > which force boot to bring up X. setting runlevel 3 gave you a console > login. > > Where is this choice made on debian? The Debian Way is update-rc.d (or apt-get remove [your-display-manager-of-choice]). See man update-rc.d.
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