Re: portmap on debian
As far as I know changing the links in rc.#/
from S##bla to K##bla is the preferred way
to start or kill the scripts at boot or when
you change runlevels.
At 04:57 PM 10/29/99 +0000, Pollywog wrote:
>On 29-Oct-99 aphro wrote:
>> its part of netbase, easiest way to disable it i think is to just
>> mv /sbin/portmap /sbin/portmap-DISABLED
>> since there are still some important things in netbase it seems. either
>> that or firewall port 111.
>Can you disable it by just changing the name?
>I thought you could add 'exit 0' to the top of the script, after the
>How would just changing the name disable it?
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