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 Starting up network services from xintetd

"An automated tool called chkconfig manages what services are started from xinetd and the rc scripts. Network services that are not started out of xinetd are started out of the rc scripts at boot time. Network services started at the default boot level 3 (multiuser networked mode) are started out of the /etc/rc3.d directory. If you look in that directory, you should see a file with the name of the service you want to stop or start. The script to start the service starts with an S, and the kill script starts with a K."
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 (Submitted by Noel Mon May 24, 2004 )

  


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