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Controlling Access to Services

Controlling Access using ntsysv

ntsysv is a text-based application that allows you to configure which services are started at boot time for each runlevel. Non-xinetd services can not be started, stopped, or restarted using this program.

Controlling Access using chkconfig

chkconfig is a command line utility that allows you to turn services on and off for the different runlevels. Non-xinetd services can not be started, stopped, or restarted using this utility.

[excerpt from Red Hat Enterprise Linux Deployment Guide]

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