From: Paul O Neil (poneil at domain dbiassociates.net)
Date: Fri 05 Apr 2002 - 19:43:03 IST
Got it, great. Thanks. Other reply as well.
> On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 07:28:49AM -0800, Paul O Neil wrote:
> > kill -HUP pid (xinet) will restart those services correct? But how
> > about on SuSE for example, I changed the rc.config file how do
> > changes get executed without restarting the system?
> When you manually edit SuSE's rc.config (which, Liam will be glad to
> is going away in SuSE 8 as SuSE goes for even better LSB compliance)
> propagate its changes by running /sbin/SuSEconfig. However, that only
> the necessary changes to application / subsystem configuration files,
> on the values in rc.config. If you've edited values for some
> service, you need to restart it via the scripts in /etc/init.d (or the
> corresponding /sbin/rcXXXX symlinks to the scripts).
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