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    Apache start on boot how to un-start

    I set apache to start on boot with
    # chkconfig httpd on
    but it seems that this is keeping me from doing anithing with mysql at the command line. How do I return to manualy starting apache? Or is ther another way?
    thanks

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    U Got control center , don't You ?

    In Mandrake control centre(I use mandrake 8.2), there is an ption called services, and using that, U can select whichever services can be started on boot up .(I think it is control center itself as i am unable to access my linux root account on this network)


    Try it..
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    Re: Apache start on boot how to un-start

    Originally posted by Markk
    I set apache to start on boot with
    # chkconfig httpd on
    but it seems that this is keeping me from doing anithing with mysql at the command line. How do I return to manualy starting apache? Or is ther another way?
    thanks
    I'm assuming you're running RedHat here. SuSE and Mandrake may be slightly different.

    to disable the httpd service from starting:

    /sbin/chkconfig --level 2345 httpd off

    OR use the graphical text tool /usr/sbin/ntsysv

    to stop httpd:

    /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop

    to start httpd:

    /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start
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