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rcconf maggio 29, 2007

Posted by linuxiano in Linux, Note su Linux, terminale, Utility.
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rcconf is a handy Debian utility for configuring which services get started up at boot-time. It’s really a front-end for the update-rc.d command.

See: apt-cache show rcconf

I found it immediately useful for shutting off xdm so my system would boot to the command line rather than giving me an X-based GUI login.

OPTIONS
–help Print out a usage message.
–dialog Use dialog command to display menu
–whiptail Use whiptail command to display menu
–notermcheck Do not set window size by terminal property.
–now
For each service that had the links changed, call the correspond‐
ing /etc/init.d/service-name script using invoke-rc.d, so the
package starts or stops immediately. If you do not use this
option, the changes will only take effect the next time you reboot
(or change runlevel).

–verbose Output verbose messages.

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