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The Debian FAQ is a great resource, have a go browsing the topics.
A sideline lesson I'd like to extract here is about
can u give me the update-rc.d or soemthing
... what I did was probably what you had in mind anyway, so this is mainly for others who get here later.
There is a paradigm that goes with certain legacy/proprietary OSs where people will exchange system files like this.
People sometimes have to do this when a system file gets deleted because their access to the software itself is restricted. Free software does not have these restrictions. So all the files are normally available and hackers often provide automated ways to fix common snafus so the newbies will stop bugging them
It also means that system files are often more customized to an individual system. It is unlikely that my file would have helped you - it is better for you to build your own. It's also more efficient.
It is still possible to do this... configuration files are often exchanged. However, they must never be used blindly. You will always need to alter them in some way. The great thing is that you can.
This all illustrates a general paradigm that pervades free software, which is difficult to articulate. As you gain experience you will start to wonder why everyone doesn't do it this way.