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    Default Stop Networking from Starting on Boot

    So, there are a myriad of threads about how to configure wicd to start on boot, but how do you UN-configure this? I've not edited /root/.bash_profile or followed any tutorials, but it seems that the "start-network" command is still running on boot.

    Additionally, nessusd (the local server for Nessus) is starting at boot (before login).

    In addition, something called "system-tools-backends" is running at boot, after the Hardware abstraction layer.

    How can I configure BackTrack to stop running these processes?

    EDIT: Oops, sorry, just found this post: Undo Start Network at Boot

    Problem solved!
    Last edited by inferno10681; 04-08-2010 at 07:34 PM. Reason: Found solution

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