Re: Feedback needed: How to disable services at startup... and keep them so.
On Tue, 07 Dec 2010 10:51:11 -0600, Arthur Machlas wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 10:21 AM, Camaleón wrote:
>> Before I fill a bug report (I think a service that has been manually
>> disabled should keep its state regardless any further update it can be
>> applied afterwards), I would like to get some feedback... what do you
>> think on this matter? I missed something -there is a better way to
>> handle this or should I write a report?
> I'd definitely hold off on the bug report. I think you should look at
> the lsb headers of the network-manager script in /etc/init.d and change
> them to stop on all levels, start on none, then run "insserv" without
> any arguments to again disable network-manager. If this isn't a future
> proof method of disabling it then there is definitley a problem in that
> packages update maintenance scripts.
Are you suggesting to manually edit the "/etc/init.d/network-manager"
script header to fit my needs? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I expect this
file (as any file located here) can be updated at any time and so
replacing any of the customized values I can have written in there :-?
I can try it though, just want to be sure this is not going to cause any
problem in the future :-)
Oh, and thanks both, Mike and you, for replying.