Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Nov. 10 2007,15:43
DSL is not Debian, though. Debian is a distant ancestor, and DSL does not behave as its great grandfather did.
|DSL has Debian blood in it. Debian does not make any distinction between runlevels 2 to 5.|
runlevel 2 = text mode as root
runlevel 3 (recently added) = text mode as dsl
If you want to boot into a desktop but prevent a new one from a remote connection, you'll probably need to modify /home/dsl/.bash_profile to remove startx. This would mean having to type "startx" in order to get a desktop initially. A more complicated alternative would be to check if the login is local or remote, and start x accordingly. I couldn't say how to do that, though.