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Old 01-28-2003, 08:30 PM   #1
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SuSE 8.1 running services during boot-up

Hello guys, I'm SuSe newbie...i just recently installed my SuSE 8.1 box Im still in the process of learning it.....I just wanna know how can I run mysql and apache services automatically.........(i mean everytime I start my computer)

Additionally......I kept on mounting my free partition using (YAST) because everytime I reboot my computer my mounted point always disappear and I have to go back to YAST/partioner to mount it again......any way to retain my partition mounted? seems Yast/partitioner doesn't save any changes that i made....
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start yast2. select system->runlevel editor->runlevel properties.. highlight the service you want,and select the run level(s) you want it to run in, then click finish.


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