> > Bit of an easy question for most of you - I have a machine
> running MDK 6.2 .
> > It normally boots to the X login. I have changed
> /etc/inittab to use
> > runlevel 3 as default, but how can I shutdown X *without*
> rebooting (uptime
> > of 178 days and going strong !!).
>> telinit 3 will change to runlevel 3, killing X/gdm/kdm/xdm
> while it's at
Do you really need to shutdown X? If you want a
console login hit Ctrl-Alt-F1 (or F2,F3 up to F6 methinks)
Alt+F7 will get the X session back.
Maybe you (didn't need to know/already knew) that
but I thought I'd throw it in anyway
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