Sandra Loosemore <sandrafrogsonice.com> wrote:Change this line:> OK, I'm an old-time Linux user, currently running Red Hat 6.1 on my
> laptop and 7.3, I think, on the desktop I use for work. I just
> installed Red Hat 9 on a brand-new laptop, and it booted up using some
> horrible Windows-clone GUI I don't want to use. How do I uninstall
> this so I can log in in normal console mode and use startx with my
> normal .xinitrc, etc?
in /etc/inittab to:
Then do a "telinit 3".
Then make sure that the WM that you want is loaded, and that you have
the .xinitrc that you want, then try startx.
Jim Buchanan [email]jbuchanabuchanan1.net[/email]
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