[SOLVED] Setting to default to NO GUI
Hi everybody. Im not incredibly familiar with Linux, but not new to it either. Anyway, I had some trouble on a new install (Debian) with Gnome or X Window causing my computer to be unusable. I have currently re-installed without the desktop option, so no GUI is installed. I just want to make sure that my system, by default, does not boot the GUI. Any help is greatly appreciated.
The boot loader is SILO, which I think is similar to LILO. The machine is a Sun Ultra5 with a 270MHz UltraSPARC, 384MB RAM, and a 40GB hard drive. I ultimately want to use this machine (or an Ultra2 I have) for CNC. Hopefully it is fast enough. I also am enjoying working on Sun hardware for the first time.
Well thanks for any help.