I've installed Linux on a second machine now, and I'm getting around
to t* out some of the things the installation routines included.
(This is kernel 2.0.30).
I only use these machines as stand-alone systems connected to an ISP
through PPP. I assume I don't need things like Appletalk, or NFS, but
how do I prevent their starting when the system boots? Is there a FAQ
that covers this?
Thanks in advance.
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