Originally Posted by myubuntu
I pretty sure last time infact 3 months back I did the same thing & I manually started.....it worked fine, recently I reinstalled the ubuntu...Its giving this issue, any ideas?? I had the same version 9.10 before & now
Please let me know why its doing like if know.....But really thanks for your help & have a great day.
I haven't used 9.10 yet, but I couldn't imagine why the behavior would change by design. In any case, if this is a GUI box you can use the Services
tool to manage the startup programs (I'm not sure if it's still called that in 9.10). On 8.10, it's accessible by going to System > Administration > Services
. From the command line, you've got plenty of options (including manual editing of links). I've got sysv-rc-conf
installed, which makes checks and tweaks very simple. Running a specific check for the SSH daemon I installed for illustrative purposes gives me (for example):
win32sux@candystore:~$ sudo sysv-rc-conf --list ssh
ssh 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on
So I know the links for SSH are set for it to run unless I'm in single user mode (runlevel 1).
There's also GUI tools such as BUM