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07-18-2010, 08:37 PM   #1
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Enabling/disabling services to start on boot

There are a few ways to enable a program to start on bootup but if it already has init scripts installed then on many Redhat based Linux systems it is as simple as:

Code:
chkconfig <servicename> on
i.e:

Code:
chkconfig mysqld on
Setting them to off will disable them on bootup.
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