linuxr at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 04:46:55 UTC 2007
One simple solution might be something like just doing a regular
Fedora install, then just renaming xorg.conf to something else so X
won't work. If you ever do need X, you could just reset the filename
to the original.
On previous versions and also on RHEL I have been asked if I wanted X
or not during the install time. I have only installed fedora 7 one
time, and I don't remember being asked that but I may very well have
overlooked it as a selection during setup. Actually I know why I
wasn't asked - mine was an 'upgrade' installation - with the 'regular'
install you *should* have some sort of choice
On 6/28/07, Montana Quiring <montanaq at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to setup a headless Fedora box (i.e. No X).
> Is there an install parameter or respin I can use to accomplish this,
> or should I not bother?
> Thanks in advance for your reply.
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