The program rcconf allows you to configure which services will start when the computer boots, and which to sit and wait. It has a simple console interface and must be started with the root rights.
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Installation into Linux Mint:
sudo apt-get install rcconf dialog
Run utility with command:
arrows - up and down, spacebar - select/un-select, enter - record the changes, escape - exit
--expert included in the list of important system daemons
--now stops or starts the daemons immediately following the close rcconf
--dialog | --whiptail | --notermcheck change the appearance of the
--verbose - displays the terminal for more information
--config *config_file* - allows you to use the configuration file(it can Generate using the --list)
--list - displays in the console all the demons and their status
Show all the features and options you can by running the command:
Good Luck!!!Edited by Shekin - 18-10-2016, 11:59