I do this, and I use systemd. (In fact, it is was much easier to find where systemd was starting X, and telling it not to do that, than it often was with init. If I was lucky, I could set the default runlevel to 3. Otherwise I'd be reading through /etc/inittab, /etc/init.*, /etc/rc.* and /etc/sysconfig/, blindly grepping for 'startx' or 'xorg'.)
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