Re: Configuring inittab
On Sun, 19 Feb 2006 12:28:40 -0500
"Nelson Castillo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 2/19/06, Henrique Rennó <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello!!!
> > I have a line in /etc/inittab like this:
> > id:3:initdBuefault:
> > Level 3 is for the system to boot in shell login, but my system is
> > going directly to a x login screen (like level 5).
> > Is there something else I have to set to fix it?
> Debian uses runlevel 2, even if you run X.
> gaira:~# runlevel
> N 2
> Did you mean:
> # The default runlevel.
> If you don't want the X login screen, then you have to
> do something else. Not running gdm or kdm comes to
> mind. I don't know what the right way is.
Removing gdm/kdm/xdm from runlevel 2? That is, if you don't want to remove the package altogether.
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