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    Question Startup Services on USB Persistant install

    Hey I am running the USB persistent install. I am totally loving it. Two things changed all the sudden though. I noticed dhcp3 got updated with apt-get, and ever since it tries to start the service when i boot, but fails. Another is Apache2, which i can turn off with /etc/init.d/apache2 stop...

    Anyone know how to take those items out of my startup or whatever?

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    Code:
    # update-rc.d -f dhcp3-server remove
    Here's a link on services, runlevels and rc.d scripts.
    If you combine the command given above and the info from the link I'm sure you'll be able to resolve the apache as well. (And learn something new!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by #mfBaranian# View Post
    If you combine the command given above and the info from the link I'm sure you'll be able to resolve the apache as well. (And learn something new!)
    I'm sure this will steer me in the right direction. Thanks for the info instead of a simple answer... It's nice to learn what the commands do before issuing them as root...

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    Glad you're having fun.
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