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CONFIG COMMANDS in REDHAT ( and FEDORA )



If you want to shutdown the services via the console (xterm) or terminal, then login as root....Type in 'ntsysv' You will then get a list of the services. Press F1 for more info. To disable use the space-bar. And finally OK. Reboot and note the changes.....

Via GUI, RedHat has a tool too; ''redhat-config-services"

Btw, the other system-admin tools for RedHat are:

redhat-config-date
redhat-config-httpd
redhat-config-keyboard
redhat-config-kickstart
redhat-config-language
redhat-config-mouse
redhat-config-network
redhat-config-network-cmd
redhat-config-network-druid
redhat-config-network-gui
redhat-config-network-tui
redhat-config-nfs
redhat-config-packages
redhat-config-printer
redhat-config-rootpassword
redhat-config-samba
redhat-config-securitylevel
redhat-config-services
redhat-config-soundcard
redhat-config-services
redhat-config-time
redhat-config-users
redhat-config-xfree86
redhat-control-network
redhat-install-packages
redhat-logviewer
redhat-update-gnome-font-install
redhat-update-gnome-font-install2



Bruno


PS: Fedora has most of that commands too . . but they start with "system-config-", here they are:

system-config-date
system-config-display
system-config-keyboard
system-config-language
system-config-lvm
system-config-network
system-config-network-cmd
system-config-printer
system-config-rootpassword
system-config-samba
system-config-securitylevel
system-config-services
system-config-soundcard
system-config-time
system-config-users
system-control-network
system-install-packages **
** need to give name of package to install



-- May 15 2003 ( Revised Jan 15 2007 ) --


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