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My ubuntu server is not finishing the login. The screens flashes in different colors the mouse moves but nothing. How can I disable the gui login to see whas happen ? Can I use the CD and use the rescue a broken system option ? How to do that ?
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Please see link below for how to switch to non graphical mode:

http://superuser.com/questions/100693/how-to-switch-to-non-graphical-view-in-ubuntu
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Ok, but I have to access it first. How can I do that if my boot isn´t finishing ? Can I use a livecd to boot and do that ?
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Might this help you? https://help.ubuntu.com/12.10/installation-guide/i386/rescue.html

Can you boot upto Grub? Or does it go wrong when trying to log in?
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No, I cant. It´s go wrong while loading, I can´t read the last message on the screen. How can I see where´s the problem ? Any log ?
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thanks all
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