Service Management on Ubuntu

Services installed have startup/shutdown scripts stored in /etc/init.d. Each service is named by it’s corresponding init.d script.

To make sure a service will not start at boot-time, run “update-rc.d SVC-NAME disable” and “invoke-rc.d SVC-NAME stop” to ensure that it is not running.

More later if there is time.

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