elena.lean at u4eatech.com
Tue Feb 17 10:15:41 EST 2004
Akkana Peck wrote:
> WeeBit writes:
>>Ok so how do I run chkconfig? And where, and how?
> I think chkconfig is a redhat-ism (and a nice one -- it's a useful
> program). On Debian, there's something called update-rc.d (yes, the
> program itself has a .d in the name) to enable/disable services
> like chkconfig does. I can never remember the syntax, so I added
> some notes for the common cases to my "debian cheat sheet" page,
> http://www.shallowsky.com/linux/debnotes.html (scroll down to
> "Boot Time Services" near the bottom). I also have a script there,
> lsconfig, to list active services, sort of like chkconfig --list,
> since debian didn't seem to have any easy way to do that.
Definatelly a bit of RedHat-ism, but since we are talking about
Mandrake, it's bound to be more like RedHat than Debian or Gentoo, that
I personally like hehe. The benefit of chkconfig is that you can turn
on/off services on a different run-levels quite easily.
> Maybe users of other distros (you mentioned Mandrake) can tell us
> what the equivalent is there ...
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