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Re: xdm starting, but not configured

On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 14:11, Emma Jane Hogbin wrote:
> Is there a way to boot into a "safe-mode" instead of having xdm start? I
> didn't configure it properly. When it starts up I get a totally useless
> screen of junk. I need a way to boot the computer to the prompt instead of
> having xdm start. Is it possible?
There are different runlevels:
6 is reboot
5 is run X and networking
3 is run networking
2 is single user mode
linux 3
is what I would say. Then you can type 'startx' 
are you using:
> I tried running my install CD with "rescue" instead of install, but it
> boots and uses xdm, which does'nt help me.
> thanks!
> emma
> --
> Emma Jane Hogbin
> Xtrinsic
Kevin Mark <kmark@pipeline.com>

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