debian problem

Jason White jason at
Mon Jan 10 03:41:37 UTC 2011

Tim Chase <blinux.list at> writes:

> and then turn it off in subsequent reboots
>   bash$ sudo update-rc.d -f gdm remove

For me, disabling it in this way was enough to prevent it from ever
coming back.

However, in case this makes any difference, I am using a
dependency-based boot ordering (i.e., Debian Squeeze/Sid) and I used the
chkconfig command to remove gdm from the boot sequence.

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