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Not really a pressing questions... just wondering..
which rc scripts do daemons like smbd nmbd dhcpd belong... I was hoping just to go into a script and uncomment a couple of lines so i greped through the scripts looking for any mention of these services yet there was none... except for dhcpd which was part of a conditional script/code that i didn't really understand?
For now I have these services launched in rc.local... just seems a little messy tho...?
launghing? how are you launching them inside a script? you should have an entry in /etc/rc.d/ for each daemon or service that is run, which is started by rc.sysinit or whatever slacks equivalent is... they are not loaded *inside* any script.
and that was what i answered. they are not in any script, you jsut create an S80smb (for example) entry in /etc/rc3.d/ (for example) as a link to smb in /etc/rc.d/ (might only be /etc/init.d/rc.d on slack, dunno)
Originally posted by acid_kewpie and that was what i answered. they are not in any script, you jsut create an S80smb (for example) entry in /etc/rc3.d/ (for example) as a link to smb in /etc/rc.d/ (might only be /etc/init.d/rc.d on slack, dunno)
Slackware uses rc.scripts to start and stop things, not S and K files. And they are all located in one directory /etc/rc.d/ , not like RedHat and Mandy which use the rc*.d directories to hold the simlinks to the program scripts in /etc/rc.d/init.d/
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Also some services are started by another daemon, inetd which is started in start up scripts.
take a look through /etc/inetd.conf to configure your inetd to start only desired services.
Hope that helps!