Subject: Keeping wwwoffled from getting started
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Benjamin Walkenhorst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/23/2003 13:42:27
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I run a small server/ipnat-gateway under NetBSD-1.6.1.
For exploration I had installed WWWOffle. No I had enough of it, so I
would like to put it out of order without removing it from the system
(you never know when it might come in handy...).
After installing WWWOffle via pkgsrc, I copied
/usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/wwwoffled to /etc/rc.d/ and added "wwwoffled=3DYES"
(without the quotes, of course) to /etc/rc.conf.
As I understand things, to keep wwwoffled from being started at system
startup, I should either remove "wwwoffled=3DYES" or change it to
I mean, NetBSD is pretty straightforward and easy to configure, and so
far I've just stated the obvious. I should also note, this has of
course always worked for all services. Except for wwwoffle.
I have in fact tried both removing the line from rc.conf (or commenting
it out) and changing it to "wwwoffled=3DNO" - still, wwwoffled shows up
in "top", it *still* gets started.
What is happening here? Why is wwwoffle still being started?
I could - of course - just remove wwwoffle, but this seems less elegant
- - after all, I could run into the same problems with other services, as
Thank you very much,
Merry Christmas to all,
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