Enabling/disabling boot services

Tim Frost timfrost at xtra.co.nz
Thu Nov 10 01:15:19 GMT 2005


In breezy, with the Gnome default desktop, you can enable or disable
services with System->Administration->Services, which runs the GUI
(services-admin) using gksudo



Tim

On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 09:54 -0400, Derek Broughton wrote: 
> Dave S wrote:
> 
> > 'Forum Post wrote:
> > 
> >>i think you want to install bum using synaptic or apt-get
> >>
> > OK I know this seems drastic, but the following works for stubborn
> > servicies ie in this case vms - something a service I dont want.
> > 
> > cd /etc/init.d
> > mv evms _evms
> > 
> > dave
> > 
> > PS and its reversable with
> > 
> > mv _evms evms
> 
> It _is_ drastic.  Just remove /etc/rc2.d/...  Both Gnome & KDE have apps to
> do it for you (ksysv on KDE, I don't know what it's called in Gnome).
> -- 
> derek
> 
> 





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