Lam Tuck Wai
tuckwai at evoluxion.com.sg
Wed Aug 4 18:04:59 PDT 2004
I have managed to solve my problem.
My PC is working now.
Many thanks to:
From: Bill Moran [mailto:wmoran at potentialtech.com]
Sent: 04 August 2004 01:36
To: Lam Tuck Wai
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Help needed...
"Lam Tuck Wai" <tuckwai at evoluxion.com.sg> wrote:
> I am currently having a huge problem. My KDM refuse to start, so now I
> cannot get into my machine.
> Every time it reboots it will goes in a cycle of spewing errors. It was
> a few hours ago until I change the monitor config.
> My question is how do I stop the KDM from loading during boot up? So at
> least I can login as root and replace the new XF86config file.
> I tried booting to single user but I cannot "su". So without root access I
> cannot change anything.
You do not need to su. In single-user mode, you are root.
Once you get a shell prompt in single-user mode, do:
You should then be able to edit your config file, or change /etc/ttys
to stop xdm from starting.
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