Stopping KDE (or any other) from starting at boot.
It is the "X Display Manager", whih is doing that, so remove the "X Display Manager" by: apt-get remove xdm.
Then when ever you want the KDE (or any other to start at Boot-time again you just: apt-get install xdm.
When you have removed your "X Display Manager", you have to start it manualy by: startx , at prompt (console)
I did it after getting 2.4.21 and until it had the right graphics-driver for my card (Gforce4 TI 4200).
Last edited by John Newbie; 07-20-2003 at 02:15 PM.