On Mon, 2011-07-11 at 10:23 +0300, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote: > Hi, > > Christopher James Halse Rogers <email@example.com> writes: > > I'm somewhat hesitant to include implementation details in package > > descriptions. > > I generally agree. > > > That said, this isn't really a user-visible package so some extra > > technical detail is probably appropriate. > > Yes, as a system administrator I want to know what sort of a service I > am installing to the system when I install this package. Since it is a > dbus service I can't disable it with policy-rc.d or update-rc.d. Is it > possible to have the service installed but not enabled somehow? > > -Timo Like any autostarted dbus service you could add a <servicedir> to /etc/dbus/system.conf and stick an empty org.freedesktop.ColorManager.service file in that directory to prevent the service from getting loaded.
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