On Sun, Jul 24, 2011 at 09:59:40PM +0200, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
That this is not particularly useful is not specific to any init implementation. I hate 'ENABLED=' configuration options with a passion. They do not make *any* sense, even init.d has a documented (and what's
They do in packages that ships daemons and client tools. saslauthd, smartd or hddtemp are examples for such useful flags.
more, actually *working*) implementation of not starting daemons at boot. It's called 'remove the ******* symlink'.
Editing /etc/runlevel.conf is easy as well. But I still prefer the good old „exit 0” version. And talking with other people, this seems to be far easier to remember if they want to revert the change.
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