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I was wondering how to boot into a command-line interface instead of straight into X. I had done this once a long time ago, but can't find my notes to get this done. I have just installed Ubuntu 7.04, but am thinking of going back to 6.10.
I changed Grub to show the boot process, do I have to change or remove the X portions in the rc files?
Now with Upstart replaced sysVinit in Ubuntu(and in Debian as option)..there may be still more changes to come.for eg; the /etc/inittab is now not installed by default.although the file and its formats are obeyed.