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Old 11-18-2005, 06:15 PM   #1
chessonly
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Default status(and runlevel) of services


Hi
Inspite of all warnings i used sysv-rc-conf tool to configure services, and as expected ended up messing up things. As a result sound, network, mount nothing works, and i have no idea why.
But the good thing is I can still boot into the system(thank god). btw i reduced ram usage to a mere 46MB!!! That is so cool, coz i never managed this in Windows , even though i am kind of a heavy tweaker.

Now what i am looking for somesort of 'guide' that has a list of services with explanation, shows which services were in which runlevel on a clean install.

Example: For Windows i used Blacviper's guide to configure and tweak services, which works really well.

Basically i need to know the default status of the services, to compare and correct.

OR
maybe someone can upload their rc's folders. I think that will do as well.

Thanks

btw I am using kubuntu.

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