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Distribution: SUSE 9.0 Pro, SUSE OSS 10.0, KDE 3.4.2
Depends on the boot level.
In suse 10.0 the tree looks like this:
inside these folders are the scripts to start a service at a certain runlevel.
runlevel 5 starts the scripts in /rc5.d
runlevel 3 starts the scripts in /rc3.d
and so on.
Should be similar on Trustix.
if you run KDE try the command ksysguard to see all the processes running.