I am not familiar with Suse specifically, but on most versions of Lunux you just need to change /etc/inittab so that the default run-level is 3 instead of 5. Look for the line that says something like:
Change the 5 to a 3. If Suse has a control panel or config tool you might be able to do it through there also.
I'm not sure I understand...
You get a text-based login screen, but when you sign in, it starts up your GUI? Or are you saying that when LILO comes up, you get a graphic selection menu? In RedHat 7.0 and above, I believe, that is default... Can you be more descriptive?
tell this file you don't have a color graphics card.
OR........ reboot the machine with the boot disk you made and select re-boot to installed operating system. the first screen will ask what language and you confirm it. the next screen will ask you if you have a color graphics card. if you select NO, you will not be given any color graphics. all grey and black or white and black will be the default.
Normally when you double click on the file name, the shell script start in background.
If you want to see what is going on, you must open a terminal console and start the shell within the terminal.
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