Guilty as charged !
I did think the dots kinda strange, but tried it anyway.
I'm using redhat 7.0, so should I have start/stop scripts somewhere ?
btw .. I did remove the dots, rebooted and all was fine.
.. which brings another question .. did I need to reboot, or could I simply
have changed runlevels, or is there a difference. - Considering I'm using a
headless box and ssh
----- Original Message -----
From: "Niall O Broin"
and you should be sorted.
>> However, I'd further ask what distro you're using - any current distro
> should have a full set of start/stop scripts for these three things.
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