ntsysv - A tool to set the stop/start of system services in a runlevel
Ntsysv provides a simple interface for setting which system services are started or stopped in various runlevels (instead of directly manipulating the numerous symbolic links in /etc/rc.d). Unless you specify a runlevel or runlevels on the command line (see the man page), ntsysv configures the current runlevel (5 if you're using X).
|ntsysv-1.3.63-1.fc20.x86_64 [35 KiB]||
by Lukáš Nykrýn (2014-11-05):
- alternatives: during install don't call preset on enabled services
|ntsysv-1.3.62-1.fc20.x86_64 [35 KiB]||
by Lukáš Nykrýn (2014-08-12):
- use systemctl preset, not systemctl enable - fix typo in manpage - partly support socket activated services