larryhartman50 at bellsouth.net
Mon Jun 11 22:01:16 UTC 2007
On Monday 11 June 2007 12:37:30 pm Derek Broughton wrote:
> D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> > On Sunday 10 June 2007, Larry Hartman wrote:
> >> 1. If I remove this script will that stop the boot process from loading
> >> apache when it is no longer there?
> > My usual ugly hack way to kill something like this is to
> > sudo chmod -x /etc/init.d/foo
> > If it's not executable, it stops running. That's not the Correct
> > Debian/Ubuntu Way(tm) but it works. Sometimes you have to just hit
> > something with a big hammer to make it shut up.
> Yeah, that works.
> The "Correct Debian/Ubuntu Way (tm)" involves use of update-rc.d to remove
> links. _Either_
> # aptitude purge apache apache-common
> should execute that (ie, if when you removed it, you used "remove" rather
> than "purge"), or there's a bug in the postrm process, which will
> (possibly) one day get fixed. Of course, if there _is_ a bug, filing a bug
> report will help that eventuality come to pass :-)
I just double-checked both of the packages mentioned above were
removed....maybe not purged?
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