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LinuxHatesMe
post Jun 25 2003, 04:15 PM
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Switched from mandrake 9.1 to red hat 9 this morning and even tho I'm still using KDE, alot has switched around on me for some odd reason. I'm having problems finding out the option to logout to the prompt so I can update my vid drivers. Which is required they say. So anyone know where it's hiding? I googled and read through the help but I didn't see anything about it other than to try ctrl+alt+backspace... but that just logs me out to the graphical prompt and that thing only asks for a user name. I want the regular old text prompt of a non X nature...help, plz!!
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LinuxHatesMe
post Jun 25 2003, 06:18 PM
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After an hour of forum and google searching I found out I needed to edit /etc/innited file.. or something rather similar... this was a bit ago but I wanted to let you guys know it was solved, perhaps you can delete this thread. ??
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post Jun 25 2003, 09:33 PM
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that is correct ..you edit the /etc/inittab file
it is commented really well to know how to
change the boot up ...from booting to X
or booting to command line

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