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Control Linux startup with sysv-rc-conf

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A simple interface to enable and disable start up of applications on Linux...
How do you control your background services in Linux? Purists will probably say that renaming the symlinks in the rc folders is the way to go, but for me thatís a pain in the ass. I much more prefer some simple app where I could just click bunch of check-boxes on a single page to enable and disable starting up of various apps at different run levels.
 read more | score:7663 | -Ray, September 27, 2007
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