Re: So many packages. So few that I need started at every boot.
Why don't you use the debian feature
/usr/sbin/update-inetd --disable telnet
This command will remove the telnet daemon . Like this
you can use it for all other services.
--- Anthony DeRobertis <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Dec 27, 2003, at 17:28, Marc Haber wrote:
> > However, this doesn't prevent the daemon from
> being started after its
> > installation. I'd like to be able to install cron
> to a changeroot
> > without having an orphan daemon hanging around
> after killing the
> > chroot.
> Packages should use 'invoke-rc.d' instead of
> You can modify invoke-rc.d to do as you chose, for
> example by changing
> the one in your chroot to:
> exit 0
> But please realize that your chroot is a "weird"
> config, and that the
> rest of us don't want to be asked hundreds of (to
> us) silly questions.
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