Ubuntu 12.04
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Configure Services
2012/04/27
 
Many services are running after installation, but there are some unnecessarry services for a usage. Then disable them.
[1] If you installed Ubuntu with the same procedure on this site, management tool for services is not installed, so install it first.
root@dlp:~#
aptitude -y install sysv-rc-conf
[2] Basic usage is mostly the same with chkconfig on RedHat system.
root@dlp:~#
sysv-rc-conf --list
# list services

apparmor     S:on
atd
bootlogd
console-setu
cron
dbus
dmesg
dns-clean    1:on       2:on    3:on    4:on    5:on
friendly-rec
grub-common  2:on       3:on    4:on    5:on
halt         0:on
hostname
hwclock
hwclock-save
irqbalance
killprocs    1:on
module-init-
network-inte
network-inte
network-inte
networking   0:on       6:on
ondemand     2:on       3:on    4:on    5:on
plymouth
plymouth-log
plymouth-spl
plymouth-sto
plymouth-ups
pppd-dns     1:on       2:on    3:on    4:on    5:on
procps
rc.local     2:on       3:on    4:on    5:on
reboot       6:on
resolvconf
rsync        2:on       3:on    4:on    5:on
rsyslog
sendsigs     0:on       6:on
setvtrgb
single       1:on
stop-bootlog
stop-bootlog
sudo         2:on       3:on    4:on    5:on
udev
udev-fallbac
udev-finish
udevmonitor
udevtrigger
ufw
umountfs     0:on       6:on
umountroot   0:on       6:on
urandom      0:on       6:on    S:on

root@dlp:~#
sysv-rc-conf rsync off
# turn off for rsync

root@dlp:~#
# run Interactive Mode if no options


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