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Old 04-13-2005, 11:23 PM   #1
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Need to get necessary services rolling

I just installed Redhat Linux 9 and I need make sure the following things running and set up to run on boot up:

hostname (i have a dynamic dns domain name I need to use)
sendmail (using version bundled with RH9 installation)
apache/httpd (i did a source install (2.0.53) to default path, no options selected with './configure' at all)
mysql (using version bundled with RH9 installation)
php (using version bundled with RH9 installation)

any kind of help would greatly appreciated!

thanx in advance,
Old 04-14-2005, 07:44 AM   #2
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After installing the above apps u can run chkconfig --list to view which services are going to run upon boot up.

Once u have id which services are running and which u still nedd to add type the cmd in the following manner to add a service "chkconfig apache on" this will activate apache on run level 2345 on bootup do this for each service. Remember that pop service needs xinetd to be activated with chkconfig.



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