kudzu

Ken Moffat ken at kenmoffat.uklinux.net
Sun Sep 14 05:05:12 PDT 2003


On Sat, 13 Sep 2003, Michael A. Peters wrote:

>
> In that respect - chkconfig is really nice.
> chkconfig --del kudzu
>
> It won't run at boot anymore - and if you change something -
>
> /etc/init.d/kudzu start
>
> It will run, and you are golden.
> That's how I use it. Not at boot - I just manually run it when I change
> hardware.
>
> chkconfig is (imho) one of the nicest general administration tools in
> existence. Makes it incredible easy to see what is configured to run
> (and at what runlevels), turn on/off boot scripts w/o having to mess
> with the symlinks manually, turn on/off xinetd services w/o needing edit
> the xinetd service files manually.
>
> It's a really nice utility.
>
>

 I'll have to take a look some time.
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