How to stop unwanted servrices during boot
ShawnMilo at runbox.com
Tue Nov 16 16:02:20 UTC 2004
I think that the recommended way to do this is to chmod -x the scripts you do not wish to have executed on startup. So, to disable the samba service, for example, you would type:
chmod -x rc.samba
I am at work on a Windows machine right now, so I don't have the specific path information, but I think those scripts are somewhere in /etc/rc.d.
\> You might want to look at the command
> The list archives have some discussion on how to do this
> On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 03:06:44PM +0800, Enn Pee wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there any utility available that can be used to
> > disable / enable services at different runlevels ? Or
> > is it the plain method of renaming startup files like
> > S** to something else? Redhat has one such nice
> > command line tool that I had used to configure the
> > services.
> > Thanks
> > ennpee
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