KDE and too many programs

Art Alexion art.alexion at verizon.net
Wed Nov 22 16:47:26 UTC 2006

On Wednesday 22 November 2006 01:55, Vayu wrote:
> I can't speak for Edgy, but in Dapper I used a command line program
> sysv-rc-conf to turn off a bunch of the services I don't want.

This is fantastic.  Thanks.
> A curious problem with that however, is that I had to go in and rename
> the shutdown script names to stop from having those services being
> called to shutdown.
> A little study on the run levels and associated scripts helped me to
> reduce my boot and shutdown times and memory usage.

Any pointers?  There is a lot there I am not sure I can do without.

> With hard disks so inexpensive I have no problem with what's installed
> only what's running and what's used in booting and shutting down.



Art Alexion

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