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Getting Started with Cubieboard by Olliver M. Schinagl

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Starting, stopping, restarting, or reloading a service

To stop the network interface, issue the following command. If you are logged in as root, which is not recommended, omit the sudo command.

packt@PacktPublishing:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/networking stop
Deconfiguring network interfaces...done.

Similarly, the network interface can be started again using the start parameter, as follows:

packt@PacktPublishing:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/networking start
Configuring network interfaces...

The same can be done using the restart or reload parameter, where reload forces the service to reload its configuration.

Tip

Some distributions, such as Ubuntu, might use upstart or even SystemD. Sometimes, scripts are left behind in the /etc/init.d directory that can be used ...

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