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Re: not starting daemons at boot: ln -s disabled

Dan Jacobson wrote:
One way of having some daemons not start at boot (e.g., if we only use
our printer once a year) is to remove certain /etc/rc?.d/ links.

Hmmm, does init respect policy-rc.d? If so, it'd be fairly easy to do it
that way...

How many rc.d managers are in Debian anyway?

update-rc.d (this is the only one installed on my system)

Any others? This seems excessive!

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