Paul Johnson wrote: > firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > > >>I am new to debina. I have certain services running like lpd rpc etc. In >>RedHat there is a command chkconfig with which i can start/ top services >>for certain run levels or completely stop it from running. > > > Well, first off, you only have installed an extremely minimal base > system plus anything you've chosen to install. This isn't Hed Rat, > Debian doesn't install a bunch of useless stuff by default. That is *SO* not the point. chkconfig is a simple way to turn on and off at boot time the important services that you explicitly want to have on. It also provides a convenient overview of which ones are on and off in which levels. -- Paul <http://paulgear.webhop.net> -- Did you know? Using accepted quoting conventions makes your email easier to understand. Learn how at <http://www.netmeister.org/news/learn2quote.html>.
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