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Old 04-25-2001, 04:23 PM   #1
sachin77
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hello
I got a file that automatically runs in linux environment , that is , here
we come accross a screen or say an interface in our monitor related to that startup file which runs
automatically , well is there any means for stopping the execution of that file & also directly
going to the linux prompt mode , where i can go to those /etc/init.d/etc/rcX.d directory & kill or stop the process.
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