||10-07-2007 04:40 PM
How can I change the default setting to boot into text mode
I am new to Ubuntu, and haven't been able to figure out what to change to boot into text mode by default. I know in Red Hat you can just change a setting in the inittab file, but I haven't found a file by that name in Ubuntu. I don't want to switch to a virtual terminal after booting, I want to be able to see the boot up messages. I also don't want to have to select recovery mode either, since I'm not trying to recover anything. Does anyone know how to do this?