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#1 2003-06-21 11:06:11

miki
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Registered: 2003-04-02
Posts: 24

sulogin in init scripts

it is not nice that a server goes to sulogin after a reboot. if this is a remote server it is painfull to restart it (few hundreds of km away)

and sulogin is not really necessary after a succesfull fsck

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#2 2003-06-21 19:17:22

dariball
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From: Germany - Frankfurt
Registered: 2002-10-20
Posts: 118
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Re: sulogin in init scripts

yes, i would also like to see that sulogin is disabled ....

for a server this means to pay a too high paid IT-guy to type 3 commands ....


or, can anyone tell me where i can switch it off ??


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#3 2003-06-21 21:07:50

apeiro
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From: Victoria, BC, Canada
Registered: 2002-08-12
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Re: sulogin in init scripts

Yea, you can disable it in /etc/rc.sysinit

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#4 2003-06-22 01:34:04

dariball
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From: Germany - Frankfurt
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Re: sulogin in init scripts

thx


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