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Re: removed start links are back after upgrade

Hi Michal!

Michal Politowski <mpol@charybda.icm.edu.pl>:
> On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 09:41:34 +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.
> No. Generally update-rc.d is a tool for maintainer scripts not for the
> admin to use.
> Its manpage says explicitly:
>        If any files /etc/rcrunlevel.d/[SK]??name already exist
>        then update-rc.d does nothing. This is so that the system
>        administrator can rearrange the links, provided that they leave
>        at least one link remaining, without having their configuration
>        overwritten.
Thank you for pointing it.
I missed this part of the man page, sorry.

> PS. this is a topic for debian-user not debian-devel
Right, but I asked for a package for bug reporting.

Sorry again for the noise.

Kindly regards,

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