Managing Running Services

Because Fedora Core 4 is a Unix-style system, your system is busy supplying services most of the time, many of them to you, the desktop user. This is true even if your computer isn't officially acting as a network server. As you work with your system, you might need to enable additional services to meet new work demands, or disable services you no longer need or use. These and other service management tasks are accomplished through the Service Configuration tool. You can use the Service Configuration tool to determine which services begin running when you start up your system at each runlevel (you learned about runlevels in Chapter 28).

Using the Service Configuration Tool

Using the Service Configuration tool, you can ...

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