[Cialug] debian sarge

Dan Schlichting danjs at cpugeek.org
Sat Jun 4 22:04:38 CDT 2005

use the inits in /etc/init.d/   find the name of the service you want to start
and stop and then type in /etc/init.d/someservice start

On Thu, 02 Jun 2005 18:29:20 -0500, Dan Hockey wrote
> I installed a working base system of sarge today :-) ,and now I'm 
> trying to figure out how to start and stop background services from 
> the command line. Is there something else I need to install to do 
> this? I managed to install smb,cups, and apache. This is my first 
> working install of debian so pardon some of the lame debian 
> questions I'll be asking. -dh _______________________________________________
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Dan J Schlichting
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