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Re: removed start links are back after upgrade

On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 09:41:34AM +0100, Erik Schanze wrote:
> As I understand, deleting start links with 'update-rc.d -f apache remove' is 
> the Debian way of removing start calls for services at boot time.
> After every package upgrade of e. g. apache, I must call this command again, 
> because start links were be installed again. Is it the normal behaviour? If 
> yes, I think that should be handled better.
> update-rc.d should remember, which services are disabled and should disable it 
> after every upgrade.
> Or is there any other way to prevent starting such services at boot time 
> persistently?

Yes: don't remove ALL the links. If you keep some (eg all the K stop
links), update-rc.d will not add any new ones.

This is an excellent question for debian-user. Or Google.

Hamish Moffatt VK3SB <hamish@debian.org> <hamish@cloud.net.au>

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