[lug] Sys-V init stuff

Richard Fifarek rfifarek at silug.org
Thu Jan 24 15:02:49 MST 2002

	For curses based, use ntsysv, although it isn't as flexible as 
it could be, in my estimation.

On Thu, 24 Jan 2002, Riggs, Rob wrote:

> The closest thing to what you want is tksysv, a horrible little tool.
> However, I've found that it safer to use "rpm -e" rather than "chkconfig
> off". No need to have the packages installed if you aren't using them.
> -Rob
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Hernandez [mailto:John.Hernandez at noaa.gov]
> I'm looking for a GUI (or preferably curses-style) front-end to 
> Redhat's chkconfig Sys-V init management program.  One of the things 
> that takes me the longest after installing a system is wading through 
> the services and running 'chkconfig --level 2345 whatever off' 
> something like 15 or 20 times.  Recommendations to speed this process? 
>   It's probably already in there and I've just missed it.
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	     Richard H. Fifarek	       		rfifarek at silug.org

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