whooperhsd3 at earthlink.net
Thu May 27 19:34:26 UTC 2004
Patrick Boutilier said:
>> Easiest way I know of is to open up: /usr/sbin/system-config-services
>> and turn off rhnsd for any runlevels you use and save your settings.
> Even easier:
> chkconfig --del rhnsd
Then it will be re-added (and set up for the default runlevels) any time
you upgrade up2date. If you turn it off at all the runlevels it won't get
turned back on.
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