Re: Please, no GUI boot.
Hugo Vanwoerkom <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Mihalis I. Tsoukalos wrote:
>> or use update-rc.d to remove them from the boot procedure.
> Damn. Now I find out. I always have done that by hand!
Using 'rm' to remove the boot-time links if you have a service you
sometimes want around is probably better anyways. If nothing else,
the canonical invocation ('update-rc.d -f remove service') will cause
the rc.d symlinks to be reinstalled the next time the packages is
upgraded, which isn't what you want; removing /etc/rc2.d/S99xdm but
leaving the other links doesn't result in this.
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