named Starts at Boot Even When Disabled?
Subject pretty much says all: when starting my laptop up, I find that the named service is always started, yet I have the service disabled for runlevel 5. This is, at least, according to the graphical "Services" program available in GNOME under System > Administration > Services, which reports that "named is running" but also shows no checkmark next to the service name.
On this same topic, the services 'nxagent' and 'nxsensor'--services for NoMachine client that I have installed on my system--also start at runtime. Since I do not serve NoMachine sessions from this laptop and only view them, I have no need of these services either. However, they are not even listed in the runlevel editor.
Any idea how to disable these services so that they do not needlessly consume resources? Thanks.