Re: preferred way to disable init.d script
Gebhardt Thomas (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) wrote:
> sometimes it is necessary to have a software package installed
> but you do not want to run the included system service/daemon.
> Some packages provide a switch in /etc/defaults to manage this.
> Other packages don't. What is the preferred way to handle these
> I tried several strategies, but always found some drawbacks:
> 3. update-rc.d -f <service> remove
> -> service gets silently reinstalled on upgrades
Only if you remove all of them. If you only remove the start link for
the default runlevel, your configuration won't be changed when the
package is upgraded.
Andreas Janssen <email@example.com>
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