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Old 01-19-2004, 11:02 AM   #1
cbalaji
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service management


I am doing a project on service management in linux using C language.

It involves listing out services available in the system and controlling of the service by starting,stopping and restarting of the services.

I know accessing the services using the "service" command.

But I am in need of a programmatic approach for accessing and controlling of the services using the system calls.

Please give me suggestions and if possible sample code.

Please reply me soon.
 
  


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