I'll probably get flamed for recommending this but I found it the easiest way
at first to modify services daemons running on my RH 7.1 boxes, I still use
it lots in fact.
click the control tab at the top
choose Control service activity
click on the service you wish to modify the activity of
e.g ipchains.... then select stop, if you wish to permanently disable it
unselect Automatic or unselect the runlevel you don't wnt it to run in using
the runlevel tab.
click file Act Changes
you should have your service stoped or whatever..
On Wednesday 03 October 2001 12:10, David Crozier wrote:
> Yip!! Could that be the prob??? If so how do I disable it??
>> Is the RH default install firewall thing in place?
>> On Wed, 03 Oct 2001, David Crozier wrote:
> > I have just set up apache on a machine I'm playing about with in work. I
> > can see the webpages fine on the machine itself when I point my web
>> > to http://127.0.0.1. I can also see it if I point to the Static IP
>> > I set up on the machine. I can ping the machine fine from other machines
>> > the network. The httpd is started ok. I can't seem to view the web site
> > from other machines on the network!! Machine running RH7.1 which has
> > just been installed so no opportunity to fuck it up myself:). Any ideas?
> > dave
> > David Crozier
> > www.davidcrozier.co.uk
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