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Old 07-21-2003, 10:44 AM   #1
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RH9 Services/servers

Hi - I just completed a full install of installed RH9 including the servers(mail, etc.) - I did this just so I would have them available when I was ready to learn about them. However, when I boot the box I'm running low in memory because I think the servers start automatically when the OS boots. How do I disable them?

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Go into "server settings", then "services". This is the list of all the servers and programs that startup. I turn off the ones I don't need because my machine is pretty old. HTH.


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