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    Default systemctl isolate graphical.target Leap

    Guys,

    i am completely new to OpenSuse Leap. I installed 42.2 and am testing with targets. I noticed that graphical.target doesnt work, no error, nothing happens.
    the user i logged in with is root in the cli. Am using command
    systemctl isolate graphical.target

    Anyone who can help a newbee with something that might be very easy?
    thanks

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    Default Re: systemctl isolate graphical.target Leap

    Quote Originally Posted by ajfhrl View Post
    Guys,

    i am completely new to OpenSuse Leap. I installed 42.2 and am testing with targets. I noticed that graphical.target doesnt work, no error, nothing happens.
    the user i logged in with is root in the cli. Am using command
    systemctl isolate graphical.target

    Anyone who can help a newbee with something that might be very easy?
    thanks
    Hi, welcome.

    Eh, you tagged your post as 42.3, yet you write 42.2 . Which one is it?

    Furthermore it might be better if you added what you're trying to achieve.
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