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DhruvPatel2004
i installed redhat 9 gui . the problem is while completing instalation in the end it asked for gui login or text login. so i selected txt login by mistake. now how to access gui user mode . plz help me
thank u
Jim
you need it edit your /etc/inittab file, change the line

id:3:initdefault:
to
id:5:initdefault:

you can do this from the text promt, or if you want, you can run the command startx to get a graphical interface, eitherway, ounce you make the change it will boot into graphical from then on.
dlab
QUOTE (lest0039 @ Jun 15 2004, 09:45 PM)
you need it edit your /etc/inittab file, change the line

id:3:initdefault:
to
id:5:initdefault:

you can do this from the text promt, or if you want, you can run the command startx to get a graphical interface, eitherway, ounce you make the change it will boot into graphical from then on.

Under slackware, there is no runlevel 5 and the GUI mode is under runlevel 4.
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