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I've installed debian recently and everytime i boot i'm getting a graphical login can anyone say me how can i get a text login in debian because i tried out ...
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- 12-04-2007 #1
Debian console login
- 12-04-2007 #2
- 12-04-2007 #3
Debian does not use runlevels in the same as other distros, so chaning runlevels won't help. To boot into CLI mode, you just need to stop the login manager from loading. You can do the following
#update-rc.d -f gdm remove
- 12-04-2007 #4
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- 12-04-2007 #6
Well daark child i have done one more stuff to login in text as well as Graphical depending on the runlevels.
#update-rc.d gdm start 99 5 . stop 01 0 1 2 3 4 6
- 12-05-2007 #7
I don't have any graphical display manager installed and I get console log in, maybe you can just try removing gdm altogether?
- 12-05-2007 #8
Coopstah if we need to connect to internet and browse through some Graphical contents how would do that without Graphical Display Manager???? I just want to know whether there is any Console Browser that can display graphics???
- 12-05-2007 #9
GDM stands for Gnome Display Manager, which is a graphical login application. Sorry if you misunderstood, i meant I don't have gdm installed, or xdm, or kdm, or anything like that, and was suggesting you just uninstall the software
- 12-05-2007 #10
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Did you click menu at the bottom of the gdm screen and select console login? Also, with debian when the system is first started after a shutdown the Grub bootloader starts and gives you a selection of either the standard kernel-[version] or you can select kernel-[version] (single-user mode) which is right under the standard kernel version and that will give you your console or text based login.