> /etc/rc.d/rc.local gets edited. In Debain (which is the next contender for
> the title) as a newbie I was confounded by the /etc/init.d/service
> to various rc0.d rc1.d runlevels etc and I found that Slackware due to
> simplicity allowed me to tackle more of the core challenges, then figuring
> out what went where, in terms of starting services, stopping services and
> on for different runlevels (for example).
chkconfig is your friend (in Redhat at least) for managing the links. I
available in other distros as well.
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