[mythtv-users] Disable non-used processes
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Wed Sep 13 12:30:37 UTC 2006
for redhat/fedora/others you can do
chkconfig --list | grep "3:on" to see what services are started at
if you see something like cpuspeed that you know you don't want,
chkconfig --del cpuspeed
to disable it starting up at run time.
You can alsp rpm -e cpuspeed
to stop it from starting and remove it from your system.
If you see something like acpid and don't know what it is, you can
rpm -qf /etc/rc.d/init.d/apcid
and see what rpm it is associated with.
you can then rpm -i apcid to get information about it. If it's something
you don't want, you can then rpm -e it or chkconfig --del it.
On 9/13/06, Andy Burns <fedora at adslpipe.co.uk> wrote:
> Trey Thompson wrote:
> > Anyone notice anything here I can get rid of?
> If you're not using NFS then probably the RPC daemons? I will say I'm a
> Gnome user and you seem to be KDE, so forgive me if KDE uses RPC.
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