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Every time I boot, the X server try to open but put a sign like this:

The X-server can not be started on display .....

I wan´t to disable the ´startx´, but where?
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edit /etc/inittab so that the default runlevel is "3"
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1. edit /etc/inittab

2. find the line containing "id:5:initdefault:"

3. change the 5 to a 3

4. save the file and reboot (or type the command "init 3")

Note:  If your /etc/inittab has a different number other than 5, you may have to consult your distributions documentation.  In my /etc/inittab file, there are comments directly above the id:5:... line that describe each runlevel and what they do.

On my machine, 5 starts X11 and 3 does not...
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ok RodZilla´s
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