Re: Difference between the desktop and the server installation

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On Wed, 2007-01-31 at 14:47 -0800, Rick Stevens wrote:

> 	id:3:initdefault:
> then the system will boot up to command line mode (NOT GUI mode) and
> it'll behave like 90% of the servers out there, but you have the ability
> to go to full GUI mode when you want by doing:
> 	telinit 5
> as the root user.

Or as a normal user -


Then you don't have to switch run levels - which you probably don't want
to do on a server (except to switch to run level 1 for maintenance, but
that usually done rarely and only in emergency - and often done by
rebooting the machine into run level 1)

When you use startx - logging out of your desktop/window manager returns
you to the cli.

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