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Re: [vox-tech] X login screen

You can run Xconfigurator and make sure to not select for X windows on

Jay Strauss wrote:
> Sorry for the inane (I know this question has been asked before),
> I installed debian.  Now when the machine reboots, I get an X login screen.
> Two questions:
> 1) how do I make it so I get the console login screen (for some reason I
> thought I change the run
> level (but that didn't work)).
> 2) What did I select during the installation that configured it so that I'd
> get an X login screen
> Thanks
> Jay
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