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i know i have to add it to a runlevel but which? and what is the command to do it?
also too sence the server is only 400mhz 310mb ram or somthing like that will it improve performence if i runlevel 3 (with no gui?) and if it will help the system run faster then how do i use telnet (is that what i need to use??) for remote admin the commandline so that way the server can run in commandline to save rescorces and then when i need to use it i just use telnet or whatever and type in startx then use vnc to start working on it.