How to disable X11 service( please notice:X11 and X11 service are....
12/10/2018 9:30
Hi Linux guys, I am using redhat7.3 From /etc/xinetd.d folder, I can find other servicefiles (like ftp, so i can disable ftp service), but i can not find X11 file.

I want to disable X11 service, how can I do it? When doing serching on the internet, I got some info. It seems one can usechkconfig to disable the services he wants to disable, but I use chkconfig--list, can not find X11 or anything related to X11? Any help will be appreciated greatly! Thank you so much in advance!! Tony

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12/10/2018 9:30 - See man Xserver, look for nolisten. To use it in the real world(normally you'd use startx to start your X session) see man startx.

This is a server option.

If you're using a display manager, find out how it starts the X serverand have it pass the nolisten option at startup.


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