How do you boot Puppy Linux Slacko (or Precise or Wary) into the command line? I wish to
startx only if I need it. Unfortunately it does not seem to copy Slackware's traditional
/etc/inittab runlevel methodology.
I don't know Puppy Linux, but it should be possible to get a multiuser without X runlevel/target appending 3 to the kernel boot line. In any case, appending 1 or s should get singleuser (maintenance) level anyway. This post seems to imply that starting X is done "by hand" in
if you want to find out
if you know configuration of
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