[clug] Starting services in ubuntu

Stephen Granger sgranger at stepsoft.com.au
Wed May 11 02:34:44 GMT 2005

If you want something a little bit easier to drive you could try

apt-get install rcconf

very simple, doesn't specify run levels as such and portmap is usually
left out so you have to use update-rc.d for it


Crosskey, Jason (DPS) wrote:
> Does ubuntu have any commands like service and chkcfg in RH to start
> services. I was trying to start apache using /etc/init.d/apache2 but
> didn't work. I also couldn't find the start script in rc3.d. Do I need
> to create a link the old way?
> Regards,
> Jason

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